Apparently not satisfied with their already overextended 15 minutes of fame, Rob and Amber Mariano are back for more reality.
The hyper-competitive duo--both Survivor alums--first met when they returned to compete on Survivor: All Stars. Sparks flew and Rob popped the question during the memorable finale, on which Amber was also revealed to be the ultimate Survivor.
The betrothed couple then went on to compete on The Amazing Race, on which they finished second. They followed that up by having their April 2005 nuptials broadcast by CBS for the special Rob and Amber Get Married.
After all that, one would think they'd be sick of living their lives on camera. One would be wrong.
The Marianos have now signed with Fox Reality to star in the network's first original docudrama series, The Rob and Amber Project.
The network has ordered 10 half-hour episodes of the show, which will follow the couple to Las Vegas, where Rob will try to become a professional gambler and Amber will try to support him in the venture.
"We've grown up with Rob and Amber," Fox Reality general manager David Lyle told Daily Variety. "We've seen their first kiss on Survivor and watched their wedding. They're likeable and competitive. What Rob's trying to do now, it's probably every guy's dream and every girl's nightmare."
Yes, and should that nightmare prove to be too much for Amber, the couple's next on-camera project just might be Rob and Amber Get Divorced. (Now that we'd watch.)
The Rob and Amber Project is slated to premiere in January.