The Gastineau Girls was a reality series that made its debut on the E! cable channel in late 2004. The show followed the daily exploits of Lisa and Brittny Gastineau, respectively the ex-wife and only daughter (whom he has not seen in 17 years) of former NFL player Mark Gastineau.
The first season chronicled Lisa and Brittny's quest for love in New York City as well as Brittny's attempt to make it in the world of modeling. After its initial season ended, E! renewed the show for a second season. After airing two seasons, the show was canceled. It was produced by True Entertainment, a subsidiary of Endemol Entertainment, known for CBS' Big Brother. The show was very popular with E! viewers, averaging about 4.6 million viewers an episode.