Reality TV fans will remember Lacey Sculls from VH1 season 1 Rock of Love with Bret Michaels. Now the infamous Rock of love villain adds producer to his resume. Showbiz Cheat Sheet reached out to Sculls by phone in September to discuss their new streaming platform, Storm TV. Here’s what reality TV fans can expect from everyone’s favorite villain.
Storm TV, Lacey Sculls’ VH1-inspired streaming platform
As a reality TV fan, Sculls felt something was missing. VH1 fans too Of love shows.
“I listened to what the Of love fans have been saying online for a long time now, ”Sculls tells us. “They’re like, ‘I wish VH1 would bring these back Of love shows “or” I wish someone bring back the Of love shows.'”
When Sculls discovered Zeus, a streaming service offering shows like One Mo ‘Chance and ATL Villains, she thought, “I can do that too.” Drawing on his connections, Sculls brought together talent from VH1 to create his own content for his streaming platform, Storm TV.
Sculls announced the platform on August 31. Storm TV launched on October 1 with an epic special reunion and is available in all countries with subscriptions starting at $ 4.99 per month.
The cast of “Rock of Love With Bret Michaels” find “Flavor of Love”, “I Love New York” and more
Sculls worked with three producers of Rock of Love, Flavor of Love, and Charming school to reunite fan favorites in an epic special reunion. The actors of I love New York and Love daisy are also making an appearance in the special, which is available with a Storm TV subscription.
Lacey Sculls’ plans for Storm TV’s future include more VH1-inspired content
During our call with Sculls, she revealed details of the types of content fans should expect to see on Storm TV in the future. “One of the shows I want to do is with Ashely [Klarich] and Farrah [Shelton] of Love Rock BusSculls teases. “They are always hilarious.”
Sculls shared a photo of herself with the stars of VH1 on September 19 after a weekend in Las Vegas together. “I had such a fun weekend with my favorite husband and my favorite b ******!” the caption reads. The purpose of this mini-meeting was to film the exclusive content that subscribers will have access to when they sign up for the streaming service. Going forward, Sculls also plans to do more dating shows featuring VH1 fan favorites for Storm TV.
“Talk of Love” podcast to continue on Storm TV
For listeners wondering if Sculls intends to pursue the Talk about love podcast – she does. “I haven’t uploaded any episodes for a few months now just because I worked really hard on the reunion show and the streaming service simultaneously,” Sculls told Showbiz.
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Sculls has a backlog of talks ready to go, however. Storm TV subscribers will have access to this news Talk about love episodes plus exclusive interviews and any content created by Sculls for the streaming platform. Stay tuned to Showbiz Cheat Sheet for updates on all this returning VH1 content.