Pamela Anderson’s Garden of Eden
by Staff Editors
(September 28, 2022 – Toronto, ON) We first had an idea something was afoot a few years ago when we received an email from one of our far flung occasional contributors letting us know Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson had moved into his neighbourhood on Vancouver Island. We suggested, politely, that maybe he was living in her neighbourhood. The upshot of all this is the announcement from HGTV that indeed Pamela Anderson is living on Vancouver Island and her efforts to renovate a family home has become a limited series titled Pamela’s Garden of Eden.
The Corus Studios Original series follows Anderson as she takes a break from her Hollywood life and embarks on a massive restoration of her grandmother’s legacy property. A project this scale tests her patience and personal life as she tries to remain focused on her dream for the property: to embrace her family’s past and fulfill her vision for the future.
The star’s passion for design and gift for renovating spaces inspired her to redevelop the expansive six-acre waterfront property she purchased from her grandmother 25 years ago. The property encompasses three main areas: The Roadhouse, The Boathouse and The Cabin; and there are major plans for each. Her ambitious timeline drives her to finish the “crown jewel” of the property, The Boathouse on the shoreline, before the Christmas holidays and make it into an architectural masterpiece. She enlists a team of contractors, an architect, a designer, and input from her parents and son to execute her romantic and glamorous vision. Over the course of the season, they work alongside her through the stresses, struggles, budget and time constraints of this extraordinary renovation.
In the premiere episode, “I Love Laundry!”, Anderson and her dream team start with a small but essential project, transforming the unfinished Roadhouse basement into a charming laundry area, pantry and mudroom. As they prepare for demolition, Pamela takes a trip down memory lane, going through archival designer clothes and shoes from her Hollywood life that have been stored in her basement for years.
Pamela’s Garden of Eden debuts on HGTV Canada Thursday, November 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The series is produced by Fireworks Media Group with Marni Goldman as Executive in Charge of Production for HGTV Canada. Pamela Anderson is represented by APA. The Corus Studios Original content team driving the slate of Lifestyle series is helmed by industry executives Colin Bohm, Executive Vice President of Content and Corporate Strategy, Lisa Godfrey as Senior Vice President of Original Content and Corus Studios, and Krista Look, Vice President of Lifestyle.
Also see: Pamela Anderson’s filmography.
SOURCE: Corus Entertainment Inc.