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Playboy TV Unveils 'Naked' San Franciscans In Primetime

After putting his lens to work for Playboy TV in New York, erotic photojournalist Andrew Einhorn’s focus in 2008 extends to San Francisco.

Naked Happy Girls: San Francisco is slated to bow on Jan. 12 at 10 p.m. (ET) as part of Playboy TV’s Prime block, home to a bevy of short-form programming. Through April, the network will air 22 of the new 15-minute Naked segments, which tail New York native Einhorn through the City by the Bay, where he interviews such notables as former mayor Willie Brown, comedienne Margaret Cho and musician/tequila distiller Sammy Hagar.


The show looks at how Einhorn navigates his way through San Francisco's arts and cultural scenes, and how he creates and manages his personal/professional life, which includes meeting women and trying to convince them to model nude for his photo sessions.


The San Francisco version of the show follows the 2007 launch of Naked Happy Girls: New York,which was based on Einhorn’s hardcover coffee table book, published by Gotham Books.