March 22, 2011 13:04

Tommy Lee to film reality TV show investigating secret societies

Drummer plans his second reality TV series

Tommy Lee to film reality TV show investigating secret societies
Motley Crue's Tommy Lee is fronting a new reality TV series in which he tries to undercover the practices and rituals of secret societies.

According to Entertainment Weekly the series is to be titled Culture Shock. It will see the drummer immersing himself in the rituals of secret organisations and meeting with former members of featured groups.

Lee said of the new series: "This is the first show that I’ve been a part of that will blow our minds and reveal things that will explain almost all our questions. It's going to be an amazing experience."

Culture Shock will Lee's second reality series. He filmed Tommy Lee Goes To College in 2005, which saw him attending and attempting to "fit in" at the University Of Nebraska.

The new series will be broadcast on SyFy in the US and is set to start filming shortly.

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