LOS ANGELES - Heidi Montag, AKA The Queen of Plastic, has just announced that her, Betty White, 91, and Cloris Leachman, 87, have all agreed to star in a new television series on the Epitome Television Network.
The comedy-drama is titled The Vampire Witches of Walla Walla.
The ETN production will be directed by noted director-producer Gunther Krottentokker who is best noted for having directed the 2009 X-rated motion picture Well It's Not Going To Lick Itself, which starred Ron Jeremy and Chenile Poonisha Pennypacker of So You Think You Can Dance Fame.
Krottentokker stated that the TV show will be set in 1920's Walla Walla, Washington during a period when witches were looked upon as something that was totally unacceptable
He said that 26-year-old Montag will be portraying Elvira Hoopla a hardcore witch who had moved from Boston due to the infamous Boston Broom Scandal of 1921.
She quickly finds work at a Tata's Tavern which is the precursor to today's Hooter's Restaurants.
Shortly afterwards her two aunts Myrtle Fuzzwater (Betty White) and Gretchen Gingham (Cloris Leachman) write her and tell her that they have been run out of Boston for practicing witchcraft without a permit.
Hoopla invites them to stay with her under the condition that they hide their true identity since her landlord hates vampires, zombies, witches, and lawyers.
SIDENOTE: The show will have a mature audience designation since Krottentokker says that White's and Leachman's character's will become notorious cougars.