Lisa Vanderpump's husband is currently working on a new documentary and according to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, the upcoming production may be followed by a new spinoff series.
Years after the launch of her first Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spinoff, Vanderpump Rules, Vanderpump is expressing interest in a new series, which would be based out of her animal rescue center in Los Angeles.
"My husband Ken Todd and Dr. John Sessa are in the middle of doing a documentary which will show the inhumane treatment of dogs worldwide," Vanderpump revealed to Radar Online on Thursday.
For the past several years, Vanderpump has been hard at work attempting to end the horrific Yulin Meat Festival in China, which thousands of innocent dogs are killed in the streets for their meat.
"We are working on a health report and the aim of this upcoming project is to shine the light on the barbaric treatment of dogs," she said.
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation, which was launched by the longtime reality star and restaurateur years ago, recently opened up Vanderpump Pets in West Hollywood and a spin-off based on the animal rescue center may come to air.
"I would like to do a reality show involving my dog business," Vanderpump told Radar. "But if we do one, I would like it to be more of a light-hearted Saturday morning type of show as opposed to a hard-hitting reality show like my other ones."
Currently, Vanderpump has her hands full with filming on the upcoming eighth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and the upcoming sixth season of Vanderpump Rules.
However, as fans have seen on both shows, Vanderpump has mastered the art of doing it all.