Playboy TV Selects San Francisco for 2nd Season of 'Naked Happy Girls''

Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Cable channel Playboy TV will premiere the second season of its reality series “Naked Happy Girls” on Jan. 12 at 10 p.m., ET. The series follows erotic photojournalist Andrew Einhorn, chronicling his travels and travails as a working artist.

The first season of the show caused some controversy in April 2007, when NYC law student Adriana Dominguez was the focus of attention at her school after participating in the first season of “Naked Happy Girls."

Season two takes place in San Francisco, recently named by as the “Best City for Singles,” where Einhorn continues his ongoing search for real-life women to photograph. Scene-setting sequences in the show include interviews with former mayor Willie Brown, musician and tequila distiller Sammy Hagar and comedian Margaret Cho, among others.

The show looks into Einhorn’s life as he creates his art and manages his personal life, with the added facet of meeting women and convincing them into model nude for his photography.

Playboy TV will air new episodes of “Naked Happy Girls: San Francisco” nightly during Playboy Prime, the short-form programming block that runs from 8 – 11 p.m. ET nightly.