Pamela Anderson is on a roll! Baywatch star, 55, has landed a cooking show… after telling documentary and memoir become huge hits
Pamela Anderson will star in her own cooking show Pamela’s Cooking With Love.
In the upcoming eight-episode series, the 55-year-old Baywatch bombshell will team up with chefs to show off her plant-based meals and recipes from her home in Canada.
According to The Hollywood ReporterFood Network Canada recently ordered the series starring the Love, Pamela author following the success of her Netflix documentary Pamela: A Love Story.
Over the course of the summer, the former Playboy model will also reportedly be working on season two of her home renovation show titled Pamela’s Garden of Eden.
The production takes place simultaneously in the home of the mother of two on Vancouver Island.
Her New Show: Pamela Anderson, 55, will star her own cooking show titled Pamela’s Cooking With Love; seen last week in NYC
As of now, no release date for either of the twin series has been announced yet.
However, the Barb Wire star released a statement on Tuesday about the upcoming cooking show and the production company she will be partnering with.
“Creating elegant and inviting spaces that inspire a compassionate, calm and healthy environment has always been important to me and comes naturally,” she wrote.
“Corus Studios and I have set mutual goals with good intentions,” Anderson added. “It’s been a learning curve.”
She continued, “I am confident they will be a positive partner in bringing my true vision to life.”
On January 31, Anderson released her landmark documentary in collaboration with documentary producer and director Ryan White.
Her self-written memoir Love, Pamela was also released on the same day.
Last year, Hulu released a limited series titled Pam and Tommy — which dramatized her relationship with Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee from 1995 to 1998.
Upcoming Series: In the upcoming eight-episode series, the Baywatch bombshell will team up with chefs to show off her plant-based meals and recipes from her home in Canada
During their three years of marriage, a sex tape from their honeymoon was stolen and illegally reproduced.
In an effort to reclaim the story and finally share her side of the story, Anderson released her documentary and memoir.
Now she is working on new shows with only her self-interest in mind to forge her career the way she wants.
Following on from her recent projects: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Food Network Canada recently commissioned the series starring Love, Pamela following the success of her Netflix documentary Pamela: A Love Story; seen in Barb Wire