Because we needed an "Ultra Rich Asian Girls" reality show

'HBICtv' follows "the daughters of affluent Chinese Canadians living in Vancouver."

Goodness. What the heck did I just watch? They said it was coming. Earlier this year, a Vancouver-based production company announced open auditions looking for "Ultra Rich Asian Girls" to cast a new reality television show. Because, baby, you can make a reality show about anything.

The show, officially titled "HBICtv" (Ugh. Why?), follows the daughters of affluent Chinese Canadians living in Vancouver. They are described as "young independent women starting their life and careers with the newest Hermes Birken bags and YSL shoes while vying for the status of #HBIC 'Hot Bitch in Charge.'"

And now we have the first teaser trailer:

"I think women today are very independent and they have a lot of opportunities." Very astute observation, Flo.z. Isn't it interesting just how many opportunities become available when you're filthy friggin' rich?

For the curious, the first episode of HBICtv is set to premiere online on October 26.

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