“'School of Sex’ gives me an opportunity to share my sex secrets with viewers, from swinger etiquette to intimate details on how to please your partner — and I don’t expect any complaints about doing homework,” Patrick said. “Playboy TV played a huge role in helping me cross over to a mainstream audience and I look forward to continued success with them.”
The show is based on an original show produced for Playboy TV Latin America, and this week’s launch follows close on the heels of Patrick’s new Playboy Radio talk show with husband-rocker Evan Seinfeld, “Rock Star Porn Star.” The show can be heard on Sirius satellite radio channel 198, and features Patrick and Seinfeld, and host of celebrity guest from the worlds of adult and music.
Over the past several months, the busy star has appeared on the covers of numerous magazines, including a cover layout as Ganja Queen in High Times magazine.
In July, Patrick also became a special producer of online multiplayer game Saints Row Two, and appeared at the International Comic-Con consumer show held in San Diego, Calif., to promote the new version for game developer THQ.
Patrick also is spokesmodel for male sexual enhancement product Clavine.
And in fashion news, Patrick also launched a line of designer men’s T-shirts in collaboration with high-end clothing manufacturer PJE, which is featured at trendy Los Angeles-area boutique Kitson.
This past weekend, Patrick also took to the cat walk for her own line of Mistress Couture lingerie, clubwear and swimsuits, at the first anniversary of L.A. Fashion Corner, a charity fashion event that was held at Republic lounge in Hollywood, Calif.
This month will also see the release of “Tera Goes Gonzo,” the latest gonzo title for her production company Teravision.
“School of Sex” will premiere Friday night, at 9:30 ET/PT.