Confessions of a Teen Idol

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Confessions of a Teen Idol
Created by Michael Swerdlick
Developed by Jason Hervey
Eric Bischoff
Scott Baio
Jason Carbone
Directed by Rich Kim
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 8
Executive producer(s) Eric Bischoff
Jason Hervey
Scott Baio
For VH1:
Jill Holmes
Noah Pollack
Alex Demyanenko
Jeff Olde
Cinematography Guido Frenzel
Editor(s) Ian Kaufman
David Dooyun Kim
Dan Reed
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Distributor RDF Rights[1]
Original network VH1
Original release January 4 – February 22, 2009
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Confessions of a Teen Idol is an American reality series that began airing on VH1 on January 4, 2009 and concluded on February 22, 2009. It ran for eight episodes. The series was hosted and produced by former teen idols Scott Baio and Jason Hervey. The show was filmed in the same house used to film The Real World: Hollywood.[2]


The series chronicles the current careers of seven former teen idols and their attempts to get back into the limelight.[3]


Dr. Cooper Lawrence – Fame Expert/Therapist on the show and Author of The Cult of Celebrity


  1. ^ "Reality bites for RDFR with VH1 titles buy-up". Broadcast: 10. 27 February 2009. 
  2. ^ The Real Truth behind MTV's The Real World Houses - Hollywood. Retrieved July 23, 2011.
  3. ^ Kinon, Cristina (2008-12-24). "VH1's 'Confessions of a Teen Idol' shows how stars went idle". The New York Daily News. Retrieved 2009-01-23. 

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