Pamela Anderson is back on TV screens this fall, returning to her roots on the Vancouver Island coast to embark on a massive restoration project airing on HGTV Canada.
Pamela’s Garden of EdenA new eight-episode reality series premiering Nov. 3 at 10 p.m., follows Anderson as she renovates her sprawling six-acre waterfront property in Ladysmith.
She bought the property from her grandmother 25 years ago.
“A project of this magnitude tests (Anderson’s) patience and her personal life as she tries to stay focused on her dream for the property: embracing her family’s past and realizing her vision for the future,” according to Corus Entertainment.
Cameras follow the movie star as major projects are underway for each of the three main areas of the property – the roadhouse, boathouse and cabin – with help from contractors, design teams and family.
Earlier this year, Ladysmith Town Council approved a Development Exemption Permit to allow Anderson to build a private wharf, measuring around 140 square metres, in the harbor adjacent to his property.
In the series premiere, the basement of the truck stop is transformed into a laundry room, pantry, and mud room, while later in the series the boathouse or “crown jewel” is transformed into a master- of architectural work.
“As they prepare for demolition, (Anderson) takes a trip down memory lane, going through archival designer clothes and shoes from his Hollywood life that have been stored in his basement for years” , Corus said.
The series is something of a loop for Anderson, whose first television role was Lisa on the ABC sitcom. Home improvement. She became a global star as the CJ in the NBC lifeguard drama Baywatchbefore starring in his own syndicated series, VIP
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