B.C.'s Pamela Anderson to launch TV series about her Vancouver Island home renovation project

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      A B.C. celebrity is furthering her marital bliss by documenting how she is transforming her home on Vancouver Island in a new TV series.

      Corus Studios announced today (June 28) that it has greenlit the new original series Pamela Anderson’s Home Reno Project.

      The series, which is set to premiere on HGTV in 2022, will follow Anderson as she reconnects with her familial roots in Ladysmith on Vancouver Island, where she was born.

      Anderson bought her late grandmother’s abandoned legacy property on the shores of Ladysmith over 25 years ago.

      Anderson will oversee the project, including the architectural design, functionality, interior décor, and more, as she pursues her lifelong dream of turning the oceanview property into her own home.

      Her husband and carpenter Dan Hayhurst, her mother Carol Anderson, designers, craftspeople, and local crews will help her achieve her vision.

      Anderson has been active as an animal-rights activist and an honorary director of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In December, she asked the B.C. government to end fur farms in the province in the wake of COVID-19 outbreaks at local mink farms.

      After marrying Hayhurst in December at the property (which is also where her parents married), she expressed having achieved contentment by stating on social media that she is “settled into the life” that she is “genuinely inspired by”, and that she felt “free”.

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