Reality televison is about to get a sprinkling of celery salt and X-rated language.

The Wiener's Circle (2622 N. Clark) may be known for its hot dogs, but it's famous for the wild times employees have with late night customers.

Co-owner Larry Gold (photo left) spoke with me today about the restaurant's latest venture. He and fellow owner Barry Nemerow (photo right) agreed to a multi-year deal with Time Warner, which has plans to air a 10 episode reality series about the infamous dog stand.

Simply called "The Wiener's Circle," the show will focus on late-night customers interacting with staff. Here's the official description from the truTV website....

Welcome to the wildest wiener stand this side of the Mississippi. The Wiener's Circle, a hot dog stand in Chicago, is famous for 4 things, its signature Chicago-style hot dogs, hamburgers and cheese fries and the verbal abuse between the employees and the customers during the late-weekend hours. This stand draws many drunken customers and they are dared to perform wild and wacky challenges to win free dinners.

"At night, it's a wild place to be," Gold told me over the phone. "Our employees get the best out of the customers, not the other way around."

Employee headliners on the show will include Poochie Jackson, who had a brief cameo in a recent Playstation MLB 12 commercial. Gold says truTV will debut the program on Tuesday, March 20th at 9 p.m., and no, he hasn't seen it yet.

"We were watching the footage come in from the trailer out back," he laughed. "Look, I'm too old. I'm set in my ways now, but everybody just loves the place. As long as it didn't interfere or hurt the business, we were cool with it."

The restaurant has launched a Facebook fan page for the show. You can find it HERE. Whether or not their shenanigans translate into a TV hit is still TBD. But if you need an example of how racy things can get, check out Kevin Pang's EXTREMELY NOT SAFE FOR WORK visit on The Cheeseburger Show.