BAD NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD
Oxygen's Hit Series "Bad Girls Club" Returns For Fourth Season Premiering Tuesday, December 1 at 10PM ET/PT
New York � October 13, 2009 � A new set of feisty femmes move in as Oxygen debuts the fourth season of the network's popular series "Bad Girls Club" on Tuesday, December 1 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Season four brings seven new self-proclaimed "bad girls" together in a beautiful mansion in Los Angeles. These women recognize that their outrageous behavior has hindered their relationships, careers and lives. They have issues with anger, trust and control. In a house full of women with similarly explosive personalities, clashes erupt between roommates and housemates over everything from who's on cleaning duty to where they should go out at night. Will these bad girls, faced with the mirrored image of their own behavior, learn to moderate and control their bad girl energy or will they spin out of control and flee this opportunity for change? By Bunim-Murray Productions, season four of "Bad Girls Club" promises more outrageous behavior than ever before.
Meet the newest bad girls from across the country:
Natalie � Bay Area, CA
A spunky self-proclaimed socialite, Natalie enjoys cruising in her sugar daddies' expensive cars and painting the town red with her cool celebrity friends. With a degree in Sociology, Natalie operates her own fashion boutique in Northern California. This flamboyant rebel proclaims to "run LA."
Amber - Morgantown, WV
A true rags-to-riches story, Amber is a beer drinking girl next door from Morgantown who aspires to be a personal trainer. Known as "the backstabber," Amber's scheming nature makes her a pro at pulling sneaky pranks.
Ann - Valencia, CA
Her sweet innocent demeanor is a cover for her bad behavior. A true Jekyll and Hyde character, she works as a phone sex operator at night while pursuing her MBA in marketing in the day. Ann is a control freak with a life goal of bodily perfection.
Kendra - Greensboro, NC
A boy crazy, rule breaking opposite of her perfect and obedient twin sister, Kendra is also a pretty pageant girl pursuing a degree in political science.
Portia � Columbia, MO
Sugar and spice epitomized, Portia's notable characteristics include vindictive behavior, a sharp tongue and a "try anything once" mentality. Urban living and a painful adolescence toughened Portia's skin.
Florina � Staten Island, NY
With her tough talking, "born to be bad" style, this bisexual party girl refuses to be the Albanian Muslim ideal of a passive, obedient female her family would hope for. Florina always encourages women to stand up for themselves and is prepared to fight for the underdog at the drop of a hat.
Kate � Gloucester, MA
As the daughter of a prominent former politician, Kate grew accustomed to life in the spotlight. Pursuing her degree at Boston College, Kate has traded in her small town ways to live life in the fast lane. This spoiled school girl is making sure all eyes are on her whatever it takes.
Additional photos and cast member info can be found on the show's website at www.oxygen.com. Exclusive video content, games and more can also be found on the site. Cast bios will be featured when the show premieres, as the girls react to the episodes on air.
"Bad Girls Club" remains one of Oxygen's most-watched original series. Season three became Oxygen's first series ever to average over one million viewers per episode, with 397,000 W18-34, 533,000 W18-49, 727,000 A18-49 and one million total viewers. "Bad Girls Club" also now holds the title as the network's most successful series among its target demo, W18-34. It also boasted the youngest season on Oxygen with a median age of 26.
Bunim-Murray Productions is the leading independent producer of innovative entertainment content. The company is widely credited with creating the reality television genre with its hit series The Real World (now in production on its 23rd season and renewed for an additional 3 seasons on MTV). BMP continued to innovate with the first reality game show, Road Rules, in 1995, the first reality sitcom, The Simple Life, in 2003, and the first reality soap opera, Starting Over, in 2003. Bunim-Murray's current programming includes The Bad Girls Club (Oxygen), Keeping up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami (currently airing on E! Entertainment), The Real World/Road Rules Challenge (renewed for an additional 4 seasons on MTV), the 6th season of Project Runway and the Models of the Runway (currently airing on Lifetime) and the upcoming Styl'd (on MTV). Launched in 2006 to better reach the Digital Generation, Bunim-Murray's M Theory Entertainment is a spin-off entity focusing on new media initiatives. In 2007 Bunim-Murray launched BMP Films, a film division, which premiered its first documentary, Autism: The Musical, at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, and its first scripted film Pedro, at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival, which made its television debut on April 1 on MTV. Autism: The Musical premiered to rave reviews on HBO on March 25, 2008 and won 2 Primetime EMMY awards. The company's second documentary, Shadow Billionaire, premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. In 2008 Bunim-Murray Productions formed M Music, a music management division, with its first band, A Cursive Memory, signing with Vagrant Records. Bunim-Murray Productions is based in Van Nuys, CA. It was founded in 1987 by Jonathan Murray and the late Mary-Ellis Bunim.
About Oxygen Media
Oxygen Media is a multiplatform lifestyle brand that delivers relevant and entertaining content to young women, wherever they are. Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's media, with a vast array of unconventional and original content including "Bad Girls Club," "Dance Your Ass Off" and "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood." Popular features online include makeOvermatic, tweetOverse and hormoneOscope. Available in 75 million homes, online at www.oxygen.com, or on mobile devices at wap.oxygen.com, Oxygen Media is a service of NBC Universal.