A new Hip-Hop themed series is coming to E! Entertainment titled Candy Girls, which will focus on women in rap music videos.
The 30-minute show, which is labeled a "docu-soap," centers around aspiring and established female actresses who work for an agency, which casts the potential models in the videos.
E! ordered eight episodes of Candy Girls, which will air Sunday nights at 10:30 PM, immediately following the premiere of the third season of "Keeping up with the Kardashians."
"In order to reach the career pinnacle of appearing in 'A-list' music videos and gain access to the world of superstars, private jets and exclusive parties, you need to be able to play the game as well as you look," said E! in a press release about the series. "Musicians need to live their image and that includes surrounding themselves with the beautiful women who are so often featured in their videos at all times. However, like runway models, these women know they need to get in early and make their money fast before time takes away the looks that make them so successful."
Candy Girls is executive produced by Leah Landon, Troy Carter and Jason Carbone, while Good Clean Fn and Coalition Media are producing the series.