The young rich white people of Washington are a sad and attention-starved lot, because they're not famous and attractive and "important," so every year they claim someone will make a television show about them.
Specifically the "rumor" that MTV's The Real World is totally going to set up shop in Adams Morgan next season has spread like wildfire every year now since the second Cleveland administration. Hell, maybe this year they will get their foul wish, thanks to cool Barack Obama.
You know, they have made reality and reality-ish shows about the people who do the work, in DC, like the Hill staffers and so on, but those are not interesting because Hill staffers don't make very much money or dress well or drink in nice places. No, it is racist little morons would-be-'socialites' from Virginia or whatever who think there should be a program about them, and what they do.
Which is why the rumor that a television program based around the various date-rapey adventures of the sad extended adolsecents of a message board called "Late Night Shots" has been nearly as popular as the Real World rumors, ever since we accidentally made "Late Night Shots" a sorta-famous thing, on the internet, a couple years ago. (Sorry, internet!)
Well. Lifetime "developed" a show for these cretins some time ago, and then "passed" on it, because the show appealed to no one, least of all "women." So, hey, where is the spiritual home of television shows watched only by 6 people alternately amused and horrified at the lifestyles they depict? The CW, of course!
The Country-Western, or "CW Channel," picked up Blonde Charity Mafia, a half-hour docu-drama about stupid pretend "socialites" who spend a disproportionate amount of time on the internet, which, as we all know, is great television. Sounds exciting! Let's all hope The CW still exists come July 7, because we wouldn't want to miss the laughter and tears of Lipstick Charity Mafia Auctioneers In the Jungle.