Alissa Zhu [email protected] Published 5:51 p.m. UTC Jun 1, 2018 Lake of the Ozarks' Party Cove was once called "the oldest established permanent floating bacchanal in the country" by the New York Times. Now, it's going to be the set of a new reality TV show by the producers of "Jersey Shore" and "Party Down South." A casting company and 495 Productions are now looking for applicants from Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and surrounding areas. "We are looking for the most interesting, craziest, hottest, loudest 21+ SUMMER VACATIONERS who are ready to hit the lake and share the summer of a lifetime with us," the website for 'Party Cove' says. "...This summer, we're heading lakeside to introduce the world to another phenomenon, and this one is totally Midwest-style like the country has never seen!" According to Lake News Online, the tentative title for the new series is "Party Cove." Filming is expected to take place all around the Lake of the Ozarks … [Read more...] about Party Cove: You could star in a new reality TV show set at the Lake of the Ozarks
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Sections Skip to content Skip to site index In a Hollywood reluctant to give women second chances, Ms. Silverstone has rebounded from an early stumble, and is now starring in “American Woman.” Since her star-making role in “Clueless” 23 years ago, Alicia Silverstone has maintained a steady, low-wattage career. Credit Natalia Mantini for The New York Times Supported by ByMargy Rochlin June 1, 2018 LOS ANGELES — Alicia Silverstone leaned out of the upstairs window of her two-story house in a woodsy section of the Hollywood Hills. Toothpaste spilling from her mouth, she shouted cheerfully, “Be down soon. I’m brushing my teeth!” Judging from the dorm-room-during-finals state of her bedroom — unmade bed, clothes strewn everywhere — her busy schedule demands she be in multitasking mode. She had recently returned from Montreal, where she had shot a horror film directed by the Austrian team of … [Read more...] about Alicia Silverstone, With a New TV Show, Proves She’s Not Clueless
Christena Brooks Special to the Appeal Tribune Published 1:00 p.m. UTC May 29, 2018 The ancient art of blacksmithing has been Scotts Mills resident Tony Fetters’ passion for three decades, and now his championship on the TV show “Forged in Fire” has stoked his ambition and the demand for his work. In late March, Fetters was the History Channel show’s weekly champion and winner of $10,000. He battled the clock and three other blacksmiths from around the country in a three-round elimination contest to forge weapons for a panel of judges in Brooklyn. “I had a blast,” Fetters, 56, said. “I’d do it again in a heartbeat.” In the episode, which filmed last summer, Fetters and his fellow blacksmiths flew to New York City to take on the daunting task of forging knives out of 50-caliber flintlock pistols. After two elimination rounds, he and Frank Sausto, of the Bronx, each returned home to make a gladiator’s sica, a curved … [Read more...] about Scotts Mills man wins ‘Forged in Fire’ TV show
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close Video 'Fauda' star explains inspiration behind hit show 'Fauda' star and co-creator Lior Raz on what inspired him to create the hit Netflix show. NEW YORK – When Lior Raz sat down with his longtime friend Avi Issacharoff to write a TV show about their experiences serving in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), the Israeli-born actor never thought anyone would see it. "I thought just me and my mother and Avi's mother and father [would see it]. That's it," Raz told Fox News when he visited our New York studio. But Raz could not have been more wrong -- "Fauda," which follows Raz's character, Doron Kavillio, a member of a top-secret elite IDF unit tasked with going undercover as an Arab to capture terrorists -- has captivated not only Israelis. The show is also appreciated by Arab audiences. Lior Raz (right) stars as Doron Kavillio in "Fauda." (Netflix) Netflix, which doesn't release viewership numbers, calls the show a "global phenomenon" … [Read more...] about How Israeli TV show ‘Fauda’ is bridging the gap between Arabs and Jews