Sober Living would reportedly put several of the show's alumni together in a Beverly Hills mansion for 30 days as they attempt to re-launch their jilted careers without drugs and alcohol. David Drew "Dr. Drew" Pinsky would also be "prominently featured" in the spin-off, The Post reported.
While The Post reported filming could commence as early as next week, VH1 has yet to actually order the show and a network spokeswoman declined comment.
Celebrity Rehab first-season patient Seth "Shifty" Binzer and second-season cast members Amber Smith and Steven Adler have already been approached by producers to appear on Sober Living, The Post reported.
Those Celebrity Rehab participants who complete the 21-day program are encouraged to continue their treatment in a sober living facility or treatment center on VH1's dime -- so a spinoff of the series documenting that process is not that far-fetched.
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew is executive produced by John Irwin and Damian Sullivan for Irwin Entertainment. Pinsky and Howard Lapides are also executive producing. Jeff Olde, Jill Holmes and Noah Pollack are executive producers for VH1.