One of the judges on "American Idol" has had a show picked up by VH1, Deadline.com reports. The cable network also picked up a show from fashionista Corri McFadden, according to the report.
“Idol” judge Randy Jackson has teamed with Shed Media to produce an hour reality show called "Aptitude Test," which will appear on VH1 in 2012. The show is about true callings, with a celebrity retaking a high school career aptitude test and then giving the projected career path a try.
McFadden will star in "House of Consignment," which has been given a 10-episode pickup by VH1. The show is set in McFadden’s Lincoln Park retail store eDrop-Off, where vintage designers clothes are prepped for eBay auction.