'Bad Girls Club: Miami' Returns Tuesday, August 13 on Oxygen

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June 13th, 2013

Bad Girls Club Miami Season 6

via press release:

OXYGEN HEADS BACK TO SOUTH BEACH FOR A BRAND NEW SEASON OF “Bad Girls Club” PREMIERING TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 AT 8PM ET/PT

Fan Favorites Natalie Nunn and Camilla Poindexter Host Casting Special

“BGC: Makin’ it to the Mansion,” On Tuesday, August 6 at 8PM ET/PT

NEW YORK – June 13, 2013Oxygen takes on South Beach once again and turns up the heat with the premiere of “Bad Girls Club” Miami  on Tuesday, August 13, at 8PM ET/PT.  Eager to outdo their predecessors from season five, this new crop of seven girls is sure to bring their unique brand of fun and fiery drama to the city’s most popular hotspots and into the mansion.  Leading up to the premiere, fan favorite Bad Girls Natalie Nunn (season four and current “Bad Girls All Star Battle” competitor) and Camilla Pointdexter (season eight) host an over-the-top hour-long casting special introducing each of the Miami-bound Bad Girls and the girls who didn’t make the cut in “BGC: Makin’ it to the Mansion,” on Tuesday, August 6 at 8PM ET/PT.

Bad Girls Club” Casting Special, “BGC: Makin’ it to the Mansion”

Airs Tuesday, August 6 at 8PM ET/PT

Bad Girls Natalie and Camilla break down the cast and show fans just what it takes to land a coveted spot in the BGC house.

Bad Girls Club” Season Premiere, “Premature Evacuation”

Airs Tuesday, August 13 at 8PM ET/PT

On the season premiere, seven new Bad Girls descend on Miami and draw hard lines between their quickly established cliques. Country girl Tess wonders if she can take the heat, while Sarah’s abrasive nature immediately rubs her housemates the wrong way.

Viewers can root for their favorite Bad Girls on “Bad Girls All Star Battle,” Tuesday nights at 8 PM ET/PT, as they square off for $100,000 and the title of ‘Baddest Bad Girl of All Time.’  On the next new episode, airing Tuesday, June 25 at 8 PM ET/PT, the women compete in a challenge based on “Bad Girls Club” history and one player's blindside turns the tide of the game.  Every Tuesday at 9PM ET, directly following the on-air premiere, fans can visit Oxygen.com/bgasb-after-show  for the “Bad Girls Battle After Show” and rehash the night’s drama and chat live with their favorite All Stars.

Fans of “Bad Girls Club” can access exclusive content and join the conversation on the show’s social accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+ and Pinterest. Fans may tweet or read about the series using the #BGC11 hashtag on Twitter.

Currently in its eleventh season, “Bad Girls Club” is produced by Bunim/Murray Productions. Jonathan Murray, Gil Goldschein, Troy VanderHeyden and Maria Pepin serve as executive producers. Trish Gold serves as a Co-Executive Producer.

About Oxygen Media

Oxygen Media is a multiplatform entertainment brand that delivers relevant and engaging content to young women who like to "live out loud." Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's media by changing how the world sees entertainment from a young woman's point of view. Through a vast array of unconventional and original content, including “The Glee Project,” “The Face,” "Best Ink," “I’m Having Their Baby” and "Bad Girls Club," the growing cable network is the premier destination to find unique and groundbreaking unscripted programming. “The Glee Project” is a winner of a 2012 Gracie Award which honors programming created for women, by women and about women for “Outstanding Reality Show.” A social media trendsetter, Oxygen is a leading force in engaging modern young women, wherever they are, with popular, award winning features online including www.OxygenLive.com, the real time social viewing party that is also available as an app for the iPhone and iPad. Oxygen is available in 80 million homes, and can be found online and on mobile devices at www.oxygen.com. Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/OxygenPR. Oxygen Media is a service of NBCUniversal.

 

About Bunim/Murray Productions

Bunim/Murray Productions is the leading producer of innovative entertainment content.  The Emmy Award-winning company is widely credited with creating the reality television genre with its hit series The Real World (28 seasons for MTV).  BMP continued to innovate with the first reality game show, Road Rules (MTV), in 1995; the first reality sitcom, The Simple Life (E!), in 2003; and the first reality soap opera, Starting Over, in 2003. Bunim-Murray’s current programming includes Bad Girls Club, Bad Girls All Star Battle, Love Games and Best Ink (Oxygen), Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami (E!), The Real World and The Challenge (MTV), and Project Runway and Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime).  Bunim/Murray Productions has also produced films, including Valentine Road (HBO), Pedro (MTV) and the Emmy Award-winning Autism: The Musical (HBO). Bunim/Murray Productions has launched additional entities including BMP Films, BMP Digital and BMP Latin. Based in Van Nuys, CA, Bunim/Murray Productions was founded in 1987 by Jonathan Murray and the late Mary-Ellis Bunim, who were inducted into the Television Academy of Arts & Science’s Hall of Fame in 2012. The company joined Banijay Group in 2010.

 
  • rodri

    Actually it’s season 11!

  • Valentina_

    Season 11. TVBYN. LOL

  • Fash

    People who watch this should be embarrassed.

  • joethehobo

    @Fash,

    I understand where you’re coming from. I’ve said the same thing about many other programs, but I’m going to try and defend this one anyway. Not all television has to be high brow. We watch television to be entertained. Bad Girls Club is not masquerading around as anything that it isn’t. It’s trainwreck television here for the sole purpose of being watched by those willing to crane their necks. It’s well-produced, it’s cheap to make, and it’s a lot of fun to watch. Moreover, this show is on a special cable network. People who want to watch it will watch it and those who don’t want to watch it will never have to, whereas there are some shows that take up multiple hours of broadcast primetime programming a week that I feel are poorly produced and take up a slot that could have been held for something original and thought-provoking.

    I think shows like CSI and pretty much all of CBS’s regurgitated scripted primetime programming is worse for the state of television than some niche television show on a special cable channel. Not all shows can be Mad Men, Frasier, or The West Wing and nor should they have to be. I think it’s wonderful that television can be an avenue to all different types of programming that will fit some peoples’ interests and not others.

    I’ll get off my soapbox now. I don’t think I’m a stupid person and I proudly endorse Bad Girls Club. Why should I be embarrassed by one of the many shows I enjoy when you too watch television for the same purpose?

  • Valentina_

    Well Said_@Joethehobo. BGC is way better to watch than most shows on the air! and for @fash to bash BGC is absurd watch it first then judge .boo! Go away and vget your life together!

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