FANTASY MEETS REALITY ON FOX REALITY CHANNEL'S NEWEST ORIGINAL SERIES "SEDUCING CINDY"
Internet Sensation Cindy Margolis Searches for Love in Network's First Original Dating Series Premiering Saturday, January 30 at 9p/8c
LOS ANGELES, CA � Setting world records and making millions of hearts race, the world's sexiest Internet icon Cindy Margolis is bringing the ultimate fantasy to life for her most devoted fans in a steamy reality dating show, Seducing Cindy, Fox Reality Channel's newest original series premiering Saturday, January 30 at 9p/8c. Seducing Cindy is produced by Glassman Media.
Cindy Margolis launched an Internet revolution as the most downloaded woman on the Internet, which was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2000. She was also a celebrity cover model for Playboy at age 40, appeared as a Fembot in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and has worked as a model on numerous campaigns. In addition to being a model, author, entrepreneur and actress, Cindy is a newly single mother of three, who hasn't given up on finding true love.
"My fans have been incredibly loyal and supportive over the years, so I am taking the leap of faith that one of them could be the love of my life," said Margolis. "I am ready to be swept off my feet."
Over the course of eight, one-hour episodes, Margolis will put her heart on the line with 24 potential suitors in an attempt to find her ultimate soul mate. The men range from 18 � 71 years old and come from all walks of life, from the suave and sophisticated to the self-confessed "internet nerds," who catapulted Margolis to mass popularity. Cindy's suitors will offer her true variety and tough choices as they battle through competitive tasks and fight for her affection and a coveted garter belt off of her leg, signifying a chance to stay on Cindy's list of potential mates.
"Seducing Cindy is Fox Reality Channel's first original dating series and will take viewers on the unique, emotional and potentially intimidating journey of finding love over 40," said Noel Siegel, VP of Development and Production for Fox Reality Channel. "Millions of men have downloaded Cindy Margolis photos, but we are giving a handful of them the rare opportunity to make a real connection and win her heart."
Andrew Glassman, executive producer of Seducing Cindy emphasizes Cindy's genuine desire to meet someone special through the show.
"Cindy came to us and said she was at a crossroads in her life, was ready to fall in love again, but had forgotten �the rules' of dating and wanted to try something extreme," said Glassman. "She got that and much more -- her fans and longtime admirers arrived prepared to do anything imaginable, and fight with all their will, for the dream chance of Seducing Cindy."
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Glassman Media is an independent Los Angeles-based international television production company whose credits include network primetime dating, competition, self-improvement, competition, and game formats. Glassman's credits include NBC's "Momma's Boys" (in association with Ryan Seacrest Productions) and "Average Joe," whose first season finale attracted more than 25 million viewers, ranking it the second highest rated reality telecast in NBC network history. Glassman Media was founded by Andrew Glassman in 2001 following his successful career as an Emmy Award-winning investigative broadcast journalist during which he appeared on-air at NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC, WCAU, and WNBC.