By People Staff
Updated June 10, 2008 12:00 AM

Brody Jenner is getting his own show on MTV, a rep for the network confirmed to PEOPLE.

Slated for six episodes, Bromance features guy contestants who “will compete in various group and individual activities that will test their trust, reliability, and compatibility” with Jenner in hopes of joining the Hills star’s entourage.

Challenges will include skydiving into Las Vegas, navigating paparazzi and being Jenner’s wingman. The contestants will be whittled down in “Hot Tub Elimination Ceremonies.” Unlucky “bros” will be forced to leave the bachelor pad dripping wet, in their swimsuits, luggage in hand.

Jenner is not only the star of the show but will executive produce as well with Ryan Seacrest. Jenner’s pal Frankie Delgado is also credited as a producer.

“I am eager to have the opportunity to work with … Ryan Seacrest and MTV, and produce a series that is unique and will resonate with audiences everywhere,” Jenner said in a statement.

Each episode will feature one “group date” with Jenner and contestants will also get one-on-one time with him. “In the end, the winner will take home an incredible prize package, move out to Hollywood and secure a spot as the newest member of Jenner’s entourage,” MTV said in a statement. No air date has been set and it is not yet production.

Jenner was first heard talking about the show while partying at L.A. hotspot Goa in March.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that the deal was official. Matt Sayles/AP