NEW YORK – Al Roker (search) is going to the dogs for inspiration. The production company of the NBC "Today" show weatherman is making what it calls the first-ever dog reality television show.
Roker is teamed with Tamar Geller, who's built a living training celebrities' dogs. Each show will have hidden cameras that catch dogs acting like, well, animals. Geller then swoops in with obedience training.
He hasn't sold the show to a network yet.
"A former Israeli intelligence officer, Tamar will show us how to make the most of our loving relationship with dogs," Roker said. "And if you do not watch the show, she knows 17 different ways to kill you with a paper clip. That's television!"