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Bad Idea of the Week: Fox's B*tches

Bad Idea of the Week: Fox's B*tches

Sounds like a concept we've heard before: Four female friends live, laugh, and love in the big city, navigating the ups and downs of single life and falling back on each other for support when a romance goes stale.

Except this time, in a new pilot from Fox, the women are werewolves.

I am so not kidding.

Oh yeah, and this "quirky urban fairy tale" is called B*tches.

I mean, hey, we've gotten to the point where vampire love stories can become fancy TV shows and box office-topping movies, so maybe this is somehow a better idea than I imagine. Maybe werewolves are The Next Big Thing, and I'm just unknowingly discriminating against some of the world's most beautiful creatures.

But for now, I'll leave you with a quote from the show's writer about the subject matter he intends to explore:

How can you date and fall in love with someone when you're a werewolf and you start to turn when you're aroused?

How, indeed.


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