Former Keeping Up with the Kardashians co-star and partying magnate Scott Disick is getting his own spinoff series on E!
That's right, Kourtney Kardashian's three-time baby daddy will star in Flip It Like Disick, an eight-episode, one-hour show.
Apparently, when he's not face down in pools of his own vomit, the Lord is out there doing house-flipping and remodeling.
Now, as the show's title implies, viewers will get to see him buy, renovate and sell high-end homes in Southern California.
Of course, any reality TV house-flipper can't do it alone, so we'll also get to meet the five-person team surrounding Disick.
That includes Willa Ford, of all people.
Formerly a pop singer, model and actress, Ford now does interior design. Job market is just tough out there in Hollywood.
Scott's pal and business partner Benny Luciano, contractor Miki Moor and assistant Lindsay Diamond round out the crew.
His model girlfriend Sofia Richie (above) is not on Team Disick's payroll officially, but we suspect to see her at some point.
The group's clients will include A-list friends and family looking to covert guest rooms, studios and all kinds of fun projects.
One imagines Kourtney will make an appearance, especially with Kris Jenner running the show (because of course she is).
Scott said in a statement:
"I'm excited to bring fans a new series that shows what I'm really passionate about professionally, which is flipping real estate and doing crazy and impressive renovations on celebrity homes."
"It's a bit different than viewers are used to seeing, but I think they will be both entertained and inspired by my team."
"E! has never had a show like this before."
Amy Introcaso-Davis, the network's executive vice president of development and production, added in her own statement:
"Scott Disick is funny, unpredictable and unfiltered ... fans will get to see another side of him in Flip It Like Disick."
"[Scott is an] entrepreneur and design guru, leading his talented and opinionated team through difficult design challenges that result in astonishing reveals."
Rumors of this show began circulating two years ago, but Scott's non-stop partying reportedly landed the project on the shelf.
“Kris did not trust Scott with his own kids at the time, let alone his own show,” a source said, though he's since turned it around.
"Kris doesn’t really care what it was that caused Scott to snap out of it,” the insider adds of his former sort-of mother-in-law.
“She is just so glad that he finally did."
The Lord, sources say "has really transformed himself and Kris knows a lucrative investment when she sees one.”
Time will tell if Scott's home-renovating skills actually qualify as such an investment, but we're glad everyone's happy.