Whitney Houston's Family Will Do Lifetime Reality Show
Show Will Put A "Microscope Lens" On Bobbi Kristina
Whitney Houston has left the spotlight for good, and now her family is taking her place. The late singer's family, including her only daughter Bobbi Kristina, is set to appear in a reality show on Lifetime.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, 19, will join Houston's brother, Gary, his wife and Whitney's manager Pat Houston, and the couple's teenage daughter Rayah for the upcoming reality show The Houston Family Chronicles.
The series will feature 10 one-hour episodes and is set to air on the Lifetime channel later this year.
"A mother to her own teenage daughter, Rayah, Pat understands the difficulty of raising a young woman in a world where social media and peer pressure are the norm," reads Lifetime's description of the show.
"As she tries to guide her own daughter into womanhood, Pat also has the responsibility of raising Bobbi Kristina, who, while trying to move forward with life and make decisions about her future, must also learn to cope with such a devastating loss."
Houston was found dead in her Beverly Hills hotel room on February 11. Toxicology reports showed she had numerous drugs and medicines in her system, including cocaine, Xanax, marijuana and painkillers.
Now Houston's family is ready to try and move on, and the pop legend's daughter is learning how to cope without her mother.
"With the certainty of a microscopic lens focused on this young woman and her every move, Pat, Gary and their tight-knit group of family and friends are committed to seeing that Bobbi Kristina can grow and experience life unscathed."