New reality show pilot "Caribbean Wives of South Florida"

While scripted TV is still fighting to take its breath, a new reality series is planning to make waves in New York, coming straight from the Caribbean Sea. 'Caribbean Wives of South Florida' has taken an old formula, running in the same vein as other breakout reality series such as 'Real Housewives of Atlanta', and put a hopefully profitable spin on it by highlighting a cast that is filled with Caribbean women.


The one-hour pilot has been shot and fully produced, and is now set for a premiere on November 15, at a red carpet event in Manhattan. Representing the pilot will be, not only the cast portrayed on camera, but also the head pilot behind it who has made the series a possibility. Producer Maxine Tulloch, CEO of Tulloch Media Communications, is the producer and host for her own eponymous TV show that airs on Cablevision in three states, New Jersey, Connecticut and New York, and on CaribVision to 21 islands in the Caribbean.

Tulloch's reason for developing the pilot is in a hope to put forth Caribbean culture to a wider audience in a more positive and authentic light than in which it is normally portrayed by Hollywood. As such, the show is being marketed as far classier than its counterparts, with arguments resolved in a more peaceful, traditionally 'island' kind of way. Those who wish to see the premiere can purchase tickets for the show's debut at $35 a head.

The cast includes Grenadian Dale Forrester, Haitians Carmel Moise and Brigette Cadet-Young, and Kendra Parker, Jeneva Gordon and Terryann Ramirez from Jamaica. Also making appearances in the pilot are London born Alexandra Davis, of Jamaican descent, and Selines Silverio born to parents from the Dominican Republic.

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