Hillary Clinton's first reality show pitch is "a go," according to Bravo executive Andy Cohen. The former secretary of state hit it out of the park with the "Project Pantsuit" idea she joked about earlier this month.
"I thought it was hilarious," Cohen told Yeas & Nays. "10 episodes; Madeleine Albright's gonna do the first show," he joked, adding that he'd also like to get Sarah Palin involved.
Cohen and fellow stars of cable shows ranging from "Swamp People" to "Property Brothers" walked the red carpet at a reception for the National Cable and Telecommunications Association on Tuesday night.
Susan Lucci, star of Lifetime's "Devious Maids," dropped in briefly before returning to George Washington University Hospital, where her husband was unexpectedly admitted that day. "He's in great hands and he's feeling better and he will be fine," she told reporters.
Ricky Schroder told us he's game for taking on another branch of the military after his Army reality show, "Starting Strong" (as a pilot, the Air Force tops his list).
And big D.C.-based TV fan Roland Martin surprised us by ranking Kelsey Grammer's political show "Boss" over "House of Cards."
"It got canceled, and it really hurt me," he said. ("Scandal" is still his favorite.)