Chloe Sims And Siblings To Star In New Reality Show After Quitting TOWIE
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Chloe Sims and her siblings are set to star in a new reality show after quitting The Only Way Is Essex.
The TOWIE star, 40, took to Instagram to announce the new show, writing: "IT'S OFFICIAL. The Sims family finally have their own show and we are so excited to share the brand new concept exclusively on OFTV.
"Download the FREE streaming app via - IOS app store, android, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung TV and Roku.@watchoftv".
As per the series artwork, the show looks like it will feature Chloe alongside her sisters Demi, 25, Frankie, 27, as well as her brother Charlie and his fiancée Georgia Shults.
The siblings have signed a contract reportedly worth at least £1 million to appear on OnlyFans' new TV network.
The series will feature on the free OFTV app, which does not show any nudity like the adult site, and instead can be viewed on a smart TV.
As part of the deal, the family will also launch their own OnlyFans accounts, but will instead showcase 'Instagram-style' images and won't be showing any explicit content.
Chloe told MailOnline: "I get people will want to compare this to TOWIE, but this is a different concept; this will be a fly-on-the-wall insight into our lives as a family, currently calling it House of Sims as a working title. It will be completely real, and we're really excited to bring our viewers along on a big unfiltered adventure.
"We're proud to be The Sims, but being compared to the Kardashians all the time is a big compliment to us as a family. We want to see where this new show can take us and plan to go global.
"We want to become one of the best reality TV shows out there. OFTV is fully supporting us with this. We can't wait to get started," she said.
The series announcement comes as Chloe left TOWIE last week after appearing on the show for 11 years.
It was later revealed that her sisters Frankie and Demi would no longer be appearing on the ITVBe reality series, too.
Chloe's reasoning for leaving the show was not revealed, but a spokesperson for the programme said to the Mirror that the 'door will always be open' for Chloe and her sisters to return.
OFTV is described as 'a free video platform featuring original content by OnlyFans creators', according to the site.