Dennis Rodman On Reality Television

by | Aug 27, 2006 | 3 comments

Rodmans comback dreams didn’t pan out the way he would have liked so he has signed on to do some Reality TV.

“HDNet, the High-Definition TV network, has signed ex-basketball player Dennis Rodman to host a reality series.

Tentatively titled, Geek to Freak, the program is scheduled to debut in January.
Cable World reports that the Rodman show is part of HDNet’s overall strategy to persuade cable TV operators to carry the channel.”

The sad thing is Dennis couldn’t even score a job with an mainstream network, he’s signed on with a HD channel whose hopes of pitching their channel ride on The Worm.

UPDATE: I was informed by a reader that HDNet is actually Mark Cuban’s network.


  1. Anonymous

    Um, HdNet isn’t a startup channel its been around for a few years now. It’s on directv and dish, and I believe time warner cable already.

    They’re not relying solely on Dennis Rodman to push their channel, they have quite a bit of other programming already.

    check them out sometime, they’re owned by mavs owner mark cuban.

  2. Natalie

    I guess I (or cable subscriber for that matter) didn’t know about them becaue I have cable.. thanks for the info.

    I do remember hearing that Cuban owned some kind of network I just didn’t know HDNET was the one.

  3. Nate

    rodman is weird…that pic is down right scary…



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