, will show audiences what it’s really like being a country star, but it will also give a glimpse into her day-to-day home life with husband Kyle Jacobs, a songwriter in country music. We have to have it cleared and approved to shoot there, so we always have to have an idea of what we’re doing, and where we’re shooting, of course, but then we just roll with it. We’re not saving the world.” The show is part of Pickler’s endeavor to branch out into other areas of art and entrepreneurial ventures, not unlike her appearance on the 2013 season of , from which she took home the gold.Pickler says the show — airing on CMT — is “soft-scripted,” meaning there is a basic framework for the activities and experiences they film, but the interactions within are real. “I think today it’s all about building your brand,” Pickler explains.I even asked people who were born and raised here and they say it's something done out in the "Hick/Redneck" part. I love living here but this series paints the town unfairly.She used her music career as a vehicle to get in the doors and have her hands in many different products – film, Broadway, television. I look at her, or look at Reba, who did Broadway, and all of the above. I just want to have fun, and be a part of people’s lives and tell my story through the form of a song, and branch out in different avenues and whatnot.” Pickler and Jacobs created and released a casual promotional video, a testament to her carefree attitude and down-to-earth personality, gushing about how excited they are for the premiere. , he’ll be playing “Jakob Fine, a very handsome, charismatic and successful men’s fashion designer.” He joins regular castmembers Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten, Sam Palladio, Jonathan Jackson, Clare Bowen, Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella, Chris Carmack, and Connie Britton, who may or may not be leaving during the upcoming fifth season.
His CMT show will feature a range of characters such as Skippy, the lovable yet annoying nerd who oversteps boundaries; Mumbles, who has an unintelligible accent; and fan-favorite Teste, Ed’s first alter-ego.The half-hour show also promises surprise celebrity guests.“The Ed Bassmaster Show” is produced by Tony Di Santo’s Di Ga Vision and exec produced by Adam Dolgins and Tom Gianas. Watch a trailer of “The Ed Bassmaster Show” on CMT’s site here.As someone living in Gainesville, and has been for years.. This city is about UF, diversity, and college students. I have never, ever heard of anything about anything in this show. Gainesville should be known as a place that is embracing the modern lifestyle, diversity, many cultures, and a place to get educated.
You Tube-famous comedian Ed Bassmaster is coming to cable in his first TV show — after a yearlong hold-up.CMT announced that “The Ed Bassmaster Show” will round out the network’s new Thursday primetime lineup, and it’s slated to premiere Thursday, April 14, at 10 p.m. That will follow another You Tube pickup, “The Dude Perfect Show,” an unscripted series featuring the popular Dude Perfect crew known for their trick shots and stunt videos searching for the next crazy idea.