I'm watching the rebroadcast right now. It looks interesting: This series follows three young men as they try to make their way in Hollywood. One is Randy Spelling, son of the late famous producer, Aaron Spelling; the second is Sean Stewart, son of famous British rocker, Rod Stewart; and the third is talent manager David Weintraub. The three young men have been friends since their boarding school days, and the series follows the trio as they attempt to step away from the imposing shadows of their famous parents and forge their own identities. I didn't watch it when it premiered, but all three of them were on Dr. Phil today. Randy Spelling seems to be very well-adjusted and grateful for everything he has. Sean Stewart knows he has problems, he knows he needs to fix them and he knows fixing them is going to be a process. It's on Sundays on A&E at 10:00 (right after Gene Simmons's Family Jewels).