Pamela Anderson goes home.
The actress is starring in her own HGTV show renovating her grandma’s estate on Vancouver Island.
“Pamela’s Garden of Eden” follows the actress as she works on different aspects of the six-acre waterfront property to modernize it, focusing on three main areas: roadhouse, boathouse and cabin.
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Anderson isn’t alone in the effort, as he assembled a crack team of contractors, architects, designers, and input from parents and sons.
In the first episode, titled “I Love Laundry!”, the team ventures into the basement of an unfinished roadhouse, wanting to turn it into a laundry area, pantry and mudroom.
The 55-year-old has recently stepped into the limelight after being the focus of two media projects in recent years.
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Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy” series focuses on a fictionalized version of her romance with Tommy Lee and was created without any insight from her. Meanwhile, Netflix has announced a new documentary featuring a personal account of Anderson’s life in never-before-seen footage.
Pamela’s Garden of Eden will premiere on HGTV Canada on November 10th.
Pamela Anderson restores her family estate in ‘Pamela’s Garden of Eden’
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