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He’s seen how reality TV can change reality.“I actually don’t walk around in my cowboy hat as much as I used to,” he said.
“Not that I don’t like talking to people, because I love interacting and people recognizing me, but you know, there is a point in time where you’d just like to be able to walk down the beach or something and hang out.
According to promotional materials, “some relationships will begin and others will be tested as past conflicts resurface and different lifestyles collide.”The eight-episode series begins its run at 9 p.m.
Saturday, April 7, when CMT will air the premiere for the first time.
Varallo soon found himself in Skype and phone interviews with the show’s producers.
By the end of May, he had packed his bags for Fairhope for a month of filming.
Sweet Home Alabama has an eight-episode run and premieres on CMT July 14 at 8 p.m.
“It’s a nice, classy Southern town, but then when it turns nighttime down there, sure enough the wolves come out.(Several repeats will follow; see com for showtimes.)Harris has a unique perspective on the whole “Sweet Home Alabama” phenomenon.Booted midway through the show’s first season, he later persuaded Smith to take part in the second season.Rounding out the field are “Jersey Jeff” Miranda and Las Vegas personal trainer Michael “Flex” Dean, two colorful figure from season one; Kansas farmer’s daughter Cassie Rupp and splashy Californian Kristina “OC-licious” Kraus from season two; and Texan Landon Chase, a prominent figure in season three.
The premise is simply to pack the ten characters into a house in Savannah, Ga., and watch the fireworks.
“I’ll be there before long, just give me a little time.”He’s not complaining: He knew what he was getting into, and he seems to think he made the right call.“It wasn’t an easy decision, because I rodeo for a living.