VH1 has greenlighted seven new productions including shows featuring Snoop Dogg, Luke Campbell, Tiffany "New York" Pollard and comedian Margaret Cho, the network announced today (March 6).

The network announced four new "Celebreality" sitcoms, including eight episodes of Luke's Parental Advisory and 10 episodes of New York's new show "New York Goes to Hollywood."

Luke's Parental Advisory reality show will feature the mogul balancing his family life, while managing his adult entertainment empire.

In New York's New York Goes to Hollywood, the actress ditches Tailor Made, the winner of the last season's I Love New York, for Tinseltown and dreams of becoming an A-list actress.

Also coming to VH1 will be a new "Storytellers" which will feature performances by Snoop Dogg that debuts March 31.

Snoop, who will tape his episode this month in Brooklyn, will perform songs from his catalog, as well as explain the inspiration behind each recording.

"This new slate of provocative ‘Celebreality’ shows, insightful music documentaries and exclusive music performances will keep our success streak going while fueling our expanding original programming efforts,” said Jeff Olde, VH1’s new Executive Vice President of Programming and Development.

Other shows greenlighted include Margaret Cho's The Cho Show and a new one from Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke, titled Brooke Hogan Knows Best.

The programming block is rounded out by two new editions of the Emmy Award winning Rock Docs series spotlighting Elton John and James Brown.