" Brian Lowry of Variety was also negative and wrote, "The whole thing plays like a poor woman's version of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan called it quits earlier this month. It doesn't look like a reconciliation is just around the corner this time, as it seems the Australian BMX racer is not taking the breakup well.Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan have called things off again.Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan are giving it another go.Besides the nine people who watch her new show, who out there saw that coming?!While her co-star - and the "reality" show's central character - Lauren Conrad dealt with relationships, work and drama with her former best friend Heidi Montag, Patridge came on the show as a neutral friend to the battling blondes.
The success of the show allowed Patridge to pursue a career in acting - real acting, as opposed to "The Hills" scripted reality format - by starring in the feature films "Sorority Row" (2009) and "Into The Blue 2: The Reef" (2010).
In October 2010, Patridge announced that her then-unnamed reality series was picked up by MTV's sister network, VH1, with Mark Burnett as executive producer.
Patridge spoke with Us Magazine about the series: "The show with Mark Burnett got picked up by VH1 so the journey continues! Everything that people have wondered about me, they'll now get to see!
The series aired one season and focuses on the lives of Audrina Patridge, who came to prominence as a cast member on The Hills, and her family.
Its premise was originated with Mark Burnett, who additionally served as the executive producer.
Patridge not only proved there was life outside "The Hills," but that ultimately, brunettes always had the most fun and definitely the least drama.