The Academy Awards known as the Oscars, are a set of awards for artistic and technical merit in the film industry. Given annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the awards are an international recognition of excellence in cinematic achievements as assessed by the Academy's voting membership; the various category winners are awarded a copy of a golden statuette called the "Academy Award of Merit", although more referred to by its nickname "Oscar". The award was sculpted by George Stanley from a design sketch by Cedric Gibbons. AMPAS first presented it in 1929 at a private dinner hosted by Douglas Fairbanks in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel; the Academy Awards ceremony was first broadcast on radio in 1930 and televised for the first time in 1953. It is now seen live worldwide, its equivalents – the Emmy Awards for television, the Tony Awards for theater, the Grammy Awards for music – are modeled after the Academy Awards. The 91st Academy Awards ceremony, honoring the best films of 2018, was held on February 24, 2019, at the Dolby Theatre, in Los Angeles, California.
The ceremony was broadcast on ABC. A total of 3,072 Oscar statuettes have been awarded from the inception of the award through the 90th ceremony, it was the first ceremony since 1988 without a host. The first Academy Awards presentation was held on 16 May 1929, at a private dinner function at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with an audience of about 270 people; the post-awards party was held at the Mayfair Hotel. The cost of guest tickets for that night's ceremony was $5. Fifteen statuettes were awarded, honoring artists and other participants in the film-making industry of the time, for their works during the 1927–28 period; the ceremony ran for 15 minutes. Winners were announced to media three months earlier; that was changed for the second ceremony in 1930. Since for the rest of the first decade, the results were given to newspapers for publication at 11:00 pm on the night of the awards; this method was used until an occasion when the Los Angeles Times announced the winners before the ceremony began.
The first Best Actor awarded was Emil Jannings, for his performances in The Last Command and The Way of All Flesh. He had to return to Europe before the ceremony, so the Academy agreed to give him the prize earlier. At that time, the winners were recognized for all of their work done in a certain category during the qualifying period. With the fourth ceremony, the system changed, professionals were honored for a specific performance in a single film. For the first six ceremonies, the eligibility period spanned two calendar years. At the 29th ceremony, held on 27 March 1957, the Best Foreign Language Film category was introduced; until foreign-language films had been honored with the Special Achievement Award. The 74th Academy Awards, held in 2002, presented the first Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Since 1973, all Academy Awards ceremonies have ended with the Academy Award for Best Picture. Traditionally, the previous year's winner for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor present the awards for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress, while the previous year's winner for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress present the awards for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor.
See § Awards of Merit categories The best known award is the Academy Award of Merit, more popularly known as the Oscar statuette. Made of gold-plated bronze on a black metal base, it is 13.5 in tall, weighs 8.5 lb, depicts a knight rendered in Art Deco style holding a crusader's sword standing on a reel of film with five spokes. The five spokes represent the original branches of the Academy: Actors, Directors and Technicians; the model for the statuette is said to be Mexican actor Emilio "El Indio" Fernández. Sculptor George Stanley sculpted Cedric Gibbons' design; the statuettes presented at the initial ceremonies were gold-plated solid bronze. Within a few years the bronze was abandoned in favor of Britannia metal, a pewter-like alloy, plated in copper, nickel silver, 24-karat gold. Due to a metal shortage during World War II, Oscars were made of painted plaster for three years. Following the war, the Academy invited recipients to redeem the plaster figures for gold-plated metal ones; the only addition to the Oscar since it was created is a minor streamlining of the base.
The original Oscar mold was cast in 1928 at the C. W. Shumway & Sons Foundry in Batavia, which contributed to casting the molds for the Vince Lombardi Trophy and Emmy Award's statuettes. From 1983 to 2015 50 Oscars in a tin alloy with gold plating were made each year in Chicago by Illinois manufacturer R. S. Owens & Company, it would take between four weeks to manufacture 50 statuettes. In 2016, the Academy returned to bronze as the core metal of the statuettes, handing manufacturing duties to Walden, New York-based Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry. While based on a digital scan of an original 1929 Oscar, the statuettes retain their modern-era dimensions and black pedestal. Cast in liquid bronze from 3D-printed ceramic molds and polished, they are electroplated in 24-karat gold by Brooklyn, New York–based Epner Technology; the time required to produce 50 such statuettes is three months. R. S. Owens i
Starlet Marie Jones is an American lawyer, television personality, fashion designer and women's and diversity advocate. She is best known as one of the original co-hosts on the ABC morning talk show The View, on which she appeared from 1997 to 2006, she was one of sixteen contestants of the fourth installment of The Celebrity Apprentice in 2011, coming in fifth place. Jones was born in Badin, North Carolina and grew up in Trenton, New Jersey with her mother, a human services administrator, her stepfather, a municipal security chief. Jones graduated from Notre Dame High School in New Jersey, she earned a B. A. degree in Administration of Justice at American University, where she was initiated into the Lambda Zeta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Jones earned a J. D. degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1986, was admitted to the New York state bar in 1987. From 1986 to 1991, Jones was a prosecutor with the Kings County District Attorney's Office in Brooklyn, New York. In 1992, she was elevated to senior assistant district attorney.
She was recruited by Court TV in 1991 as a commentator for the William Kennedy Smith rape trial and spent several years as a legal correspondent for NBC's Today and NBC Nightly News. In 1994, she was given her own court show, Jones & Jury, which mimicked the arbitration-based reality format of The People's Court, though with a talk show like set as opposed to a courtroom set. Although the show was canceled after only one year, Jones became the first black person and female to serve as a television arbitrator of a courtroom series. Jones became chief legal analyst on Inside Edition, where she led the coverage of the O. J. Simpson murder case, she was the only reporter to interview Simpson during his civil trial, which she covered for American Journal. In 1997, Jones joined The View as one of its original four co-hosts. Jones's nine-season tenure on The View was marked by controversy at times. Jones, diagnosed as morbidly obese, began to undergo dramatic weight loss beginning in 2003. In a September 2007 essay in Glamour magazine, she revealed that she had undergone gastric bypass surgery in August 2003, resulting in a loss of 160 pounds over three years.
Many criticized Jones for her initial dishonesty when she claimed she had lost weight via diet and exercise. Barbara Walters told Oprah Winfrey in May 2008 that she had kept Jones' gastric bypass surgery a secret because Jones had asked her to, that lying on the show turned the audience off. Additionally, when she married investment banker Al Reynolds in 2004, Jones reported her wedding plans on The View for months beforehand, including "plugs" for her suppliers, such as the wedding invitations and airlines, it was revealed that Jones had pushed product-placement in exchange for receiving those products and services for free. ABC claimed. On April 21, 2006, Jones discovered, her agent called her husband Al Reynolds and informed him as Jones was in Phoenix at the time. Reynolds flew to Phoenix. ABC, Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie told Star she could go out on "her own terms", they had collectively decided for Jones to announce her impending departure on Thursday, June 29, 2006, but Jones surprised her co-hosts by announcing it two days earlier on Tuesday, June 27, 2006 when they returned from their first commercial break that she would be leaving the show.
She stated that she would remain on the show through July, she would not return in the fall. She did not reveal during her announcement. After Jones revealed her departure live on air, co-host Joy Behar jokingly said, "Who am I going to fight with now?" to which Jones replied, "I have a feeling you'll have someone else to fight with." Despite this, Walters announced the next day that Jones would no longer appear on the show with the exception of recorded segments, publicly claiming feeling "betrayed" by Jones for unexpectedly making the announcement two days ahead of schedule. In an interview with People, Jones claimed the decision to leave was not hers and that in April, producers told her that her contract would not be renewed. Walters stated that ABC executives had decided not to renew Jones' contract due to diminished approval for Jones through their market research. Jones's contract was due to expire July 13, but after the programme finished on June 27, ABC had discovered Star had released an article with People magazine about her contract not being renewed, that the decision to leave was not her own, saying, "What you don't know is that my contract was not renewed for the 10th season...
I feel like I was fired." The next day, Barbara Walters gave a statement to the audience at the start of the programme revealing that she had been "blindsided," and that Star would no longer appear on "The View". When the series went into summer reruns, only programs in which she had been absent from the panel were rebroadcast. Jones was removed from the opening credits, leaving only Walters, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Shortly after her dismissal, Jones appeared on Larry King Live to respond to questions about why ABC had refused to renew her contract. Regarding her wedding controversy, Jones insisted that every mention of her wedding had been approved and negotiated by the network, not in violation of any policy, she denied that she had caused a ratings drop, claimed that the ratings during the 2004-05 season were the highest The View had had in the nine years she was a co-host. Jones' departure caused a rift between her and Walters that lasted nearly si
Botched (TV series)
Botched is an American reality television series that premiered on E! on June 24, 2014. It follows doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif as they "remedy extreme plastic surgeries gone wrong." Its Sunday night debut on June 29, 2014, was watched by 1.2 million viewers. Botched's first season, consisting of eight episodes, ended on August 17, 2014. A two-part reunion special hosted by Maria Menounos aired on October 26 and 27, featured interviews with Dubrow and patients from the series. On August 5, 2014, Botched was renewed for a second season, which premiered on April 14, 2015. On June 7, it moved from its Tuesday, 9 pm timeslot to 9 pm; the mid-season finale aired on July 12. The series was renewed for a third season on July 1. Three specials, titled Botched: Post Op, aired after the 27 episodes; the specials were co-hosted by Nassif and Dubrow's wife, actress Heather Dubrow. Season 3 premiered on May 2016, starring both Dubrow and Nassif, it ended on August 2, 2016. In October 2015, the eight-episode spin-off series of Botched was announced entitled Botched by Nature.
It premiered on August 9, 2016. The first half of season 4 premiered on June 24, 2017, ended on August 17; the second half premiered on May 9, 2018. Official website Botched on IMDb Botched at TV Guide
Ryan John Seacrest is an American radio personality, television host, producer. Seacrest is known for hosting the competition show American Idol, the syndicated countdown program American Top 40, iHeartMedia's KIIS-FM morning radio show On Air with Ryan Seacrest. In 2006 Seacrest became executive producer of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. Seacrest remained a co-host and executive producer following Clark's death in 2012, he began co-hosting Live with Kelly and Ryan on a permanent basis May 1, 2017. Seacrest received Emmy Award nominations for American Idol from 2004 to 2013, again in 2016, he won an Emmy for producing Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution in 2010 and was nominated again in 2012. In 2018, Seacrest received nominations for Live with Kelly and Ryan in Outstanding Talk Show Entertainment as well as Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host. Ryan Seacrest was born on December 24, 1974, in Atlanta, the son of Constance Marie, a homemaker, Gary Lee Seacrest, a real estate lawyer, his mother told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "Instead of playing with G.
I. Joes or Cowboys and Indians, Ryan would always have a little microphone and do shows in the house."At age 14, he attended Dunwoody High School. At age 16, while still attending high school, Seacrest won an internship at WSTR, in Atlanta, with Tom Sullivan, who trained him in the many aspects of radio; when the regular DJ called in sick, Sullivan put him on the air for the first show of his broadcasting career. Seacrest was given the weekend overnight shift at WSTR. Seacrest continued to work on air at WSTR until graduating from Dunwoody High School in 1992. Seacrest went on to study journalism at the University of Georgia in fall 1992, he continued his radio show at a local Athens station. Seacrest moved to Hollywood to pursue his broadcasting career. In May 2016, Seacrest was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the University of Georgia and gave the commencement speech at the graduation ceremony. In 1993, Seacrest hosted the first season of ESPN's Radical Outdoor Challenge.
He hosted three kids' game shows, Gladiators 2000 from 1994 to 1996, Wild Animal Games in 1995, Click in 1997. Seacrest appeared as the host of the fictional game show Lover's Lane on Beverly Hills, 90210 in "The Final Proof". In the fall and winter of 2000, Seacrest was the host of The NBC Saturday Night Movie. During commercial breaks, he offered trivia on the film and a chance to win prizes by answering online on NBCi. In 2001, he hosted a reality television program, Ultimate Revenge, where elaborate practical jokes were played on family and friends instigated by their own relatives and friends, it was shown on TNN from 2001 to 2003. In 2002, Seacrest accepted the position as co-host of a new Fox reality television series American Idol with comedian Brian Dunkleman; the following year, he became the sole host. When the show increased in popularity, seen by some 26 million viewers weekly, Seacrest became recognizable around the world. In 2003, Seacrest hosted American Juniors. In July 2009, Seacrest inked a deal with CKX for $45 million to continue to host American Idol, making him the highest paid reality television host at that time.
In April 2012, he signed a two-year, $30 million deal to stay on as host of American Idol. In May 2014, Deadline Hollywood reported that Seacrest had signed a one-year deal with the option of another year, he remained host of the series until the end of its run in April 2016. The following May, it was announced that ABC had won a multi-network bidding war for the rights to the show. On July 20, 2017, Seacrest announced on Live with Kelly & Ryan that he would be the host of an Idol reboot, his initial multi-year deal was reported to be worth over $10 million. In August 2005, it was announced that Seacrest would become executive producer and co-host of ABC's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. On December 31, 2005, Seacrest performed much of the show's hosting duties. Dick Clark's role was limited by mobility issues due to his recovery from a stroke. Seacrest occasionally served as a substitute host on the CNN television program Larry King Live, co-emceed Larry King's final show with Bill Maher on December 16, 2010.
In 2009, ABC renamed the program Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest, to reflect Seacrest's role. The 40th Dick Clark’s New Year's Rockin’ Eve, co-hosted by Ryan Seacrest, delivered ABC's biggest New Years' numbers in twelve years, with 22.6 million viewers. When Dick Clark died, Seacrest publicly remembered his mentor's impact on his life in a special tribute in The Hollywood Reporter. After Clark's death, Seacrest hosted the 2013 edition of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with co-hosts Jenny McCarthy and Fergie paying tribute to Dick Clark in the pre-show. In October 2013, Seacrest signed a multi-year contract extension with Dick Clark Productions to continue as host and executive producer of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. In 2017, Seacrest hosted Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve for the 13th consecutive year alongside Jenny McCarthy, who had co-hosted for eight years. In January 2006, US cable channel E! announced a three-year, $21 million deal for Seacrest to host various programs, including E!
News and its red carpet awards show coverages. In April 2012, Seacrest signed a deal with NBCUniversal expanding his on-air role beyond E! to NBC. He contributed to the Today Show, Olympics coverage, entertainment programming, as well as news and other special events. Seacrest will remain managing editor of E! News and host and produce its red carpet awards show coverage. In September 2012, Se
Models Inc. is an American prime time soap opera that aired on the Fox television network during the 1994–95 television season. It is the third series in the Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise. Models Inc. revolves around a Los Angeles modeling agency run by Hillary Michaels, the mother of Melrose Place's Amanda Woodward. The series was created by Frank South and Charles Pratt Jr. and executive produced by Aaron Spelling, Pratt, E. Duke Vincent. Models Inc. is the only series in the Beverly Hills, 90210 franchise not to receive a DVD release to date. Hillary Michaels: Hillary is the unyielding, but fair and owner of the upmarket L. A. modeling agency, Models Inc. Twice-divorced, she is the mother of David Michaels, the agency's vice president and her only child from her second marriage. Hillary has a toxic relationship with her daughter, Amanda Woodward, the only child from her first marriage. David Michaels: David is Hillary's son, the vice president of Models Inc. and the half-brother of Amanda Woodward.
He has an on-and-off again relationship with Julie Dante, one of the models at the agency, but comes to like a new model to the agency, Sarah Owens. That relationship fizzles, after a heated argument with Hillary, David leaves L. A. for Paris to form his own modeling company midway through the series. Sarah Owens: Innocent and naive Sarah comes to L. A. from the Midwest to fulfill her dream of being a model. Hillary takes Sarah under her wing and lets her move into the beach house where the top models of the agency live. Sarah becomes enemies with housemate Julie, who feels threatened by her youth and fresh image. Sarah falls prey to alcohol and drugs, at the end of the series checks herself into a drug rehab clinic. Sarah was first introduced on Melrose Place with Hillary. Julie Dante: Julie is an Australian-born model from the wrong side of the tracks, she grew up with a neglectful, adoptive mother and a sexually abusive, alcoholic stepfather, which gave her a cynical attitude and a pessimistic view on life.
She has a reputation as a troublemaker. Her wild lifestyle and public drunkenness make her a target of the paparazzi, but she always the last laugh by getting her revenge. Julie's relationship with Sarah is at first fraught with jealously, but her resentment mellows as the series progresses. Julie spars with Monique over their mutual attraction to Adam Louder, but she realizes that Craig has genuine feelings for her, pursues a relationship with him. Teri Spencer: Teri is one of the world's most famous supermodels, the sister of once-famous supermodel Carrie Spencer. In the pilot episode, Teri has a public fight with Hillary and leaves left Models Inc. only to be pushed off the balcony of a high rise building and killed. This initiates a "Who Killed Teri Spencer?" Murder mystery storyline. Monique Duran: Monique comes to Hillary for representation shortly after Teri's killer is revealed. Monique is a dead ringer for Teri, which causes Carrie to resent her. Monique enters into a relationship with nightclub owner Adam Louder, becomes a target of his vindictive ex-wife Grayson.
Carrie Spencer: Carrie is Teri's older sister and a veteran at Models Inc. since starting her career at the age 17. Carrie was once a top supermodel, but her career waned as she grew older her sister Teri came on the scene. Carrie learns from Teri that the child she had at 17 is not dead like she thought, Teri is subsequently murdered. Carrie descends into depression. Grayson gains control of the agency from Hillary and into prostitution. Carrie is sold into overseas sexual slavery in the series finale. Brian Peterson: Brian is a photographer dating Teri, he becomes involved with Cynthia, but their relationship is plagued by her controlling ex-boyfriend, who kidnaps and rapes her. Brian remains in love with Cynthia, they reconcile by the end of the series. Eric Dearborn: Eric is Linda Holden's sexually abusive boyfriend with a shady past, she breaks up with him, but he realizes that he still cares about her and they remain friends. Eric falls into prostitution. Though pressured by Grayson to help her destroy Adam, Eric gives Adam information that saves his career.
Linda Holden: Linda is a model whose past includes drugs and performances in adult movies. She is involved with Eric Dearborn, who blackmails her with that secret from her past, Teresa has a relationship with millionaire Chris White. Cynthia Nichols: Model Cynthia suffers from bulimia, endures a violent kidnapping and rape at the hands of her abusive ex-boyfriend, whom she shoots and kills, she is involved with Brian during the whole series. Stephanie Smith: Stephanie is the receptionist at Models Inc. who takes a liking to Brian. Not liking how Brian is treated by his girlfriend Teri, Stephanie pushes Teri off the balcony, she tries to kill Sarah, is arrested for both crimes. Adam Louder: Adam is the owner of a nightclub Stage 99, who falls in love with Monique, they have great relationship until his estranged wife, Grayson and wreaks havoc. Grayson Louder: Adam's scheming, English ex-wife arrives in L. A.—after being presumed dead—to reclaim the love of her husband. Adam, however, is now in love with Monique.
Determined to destroy Monique's happiness with Adam, Grayson buys half of Models Inc. from Hillary and brings in new "models" from her former career a
Joan Alexandra Molinsky, known professionally as Joan Rivers, was an American comedian, writer and television host. She was noted for her controversial comedic persona—heavily self-deprecating or acerbic toward celebrities and politicians. Rivers rose to prominence in 1965 as a guest on The Tonight Show. Hosted by her mentor, Johnny Carson, the show established Rivers' comedic style. In 1986, with her own rival program, The Late Show with Joan Rivers, Rivers became the first woman to host a late night network television talk show, she subsequently hosted The Joan Rivers Show. From the mid-1990s, she became known for her comedic red carpet awards show celebrity interviews, in 2009, she was the Celebrity Apprentice Winner. Rivers co-hosted the E! Celebrity fashion show Fashion Police from 2010 to 2014 and starred in the reality series Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? with daughter Melissa Rivers. She was the subject of the documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work. In addition to marketing a line of jewelry and apparel on the QVC shopping channel, Rivers authored 12 best-selling books and three LP comedy albums under her own name: Mr. Phyllis And Other Funny Stories, The Next To Last Joan Rivers Album, What Becomes A Semi-Legend Most?.
She was nominated in 1984 for a Grammy Award for her album What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most?. In 2015, Rivers posthumously received a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for her book, Diary of a Mad Diva. In 1968, The New York Times television critic Jack Gould called Rivers "quite the most intuitively funny woman alive". In 2017, Rolling Stone magazine ranked her sixth on its list of the 50 best stand-up comics of all time, in October the same year, she was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. Joan Alexandra Molinsky was born on June 8, 1933, in Brooklyn, New York, to Russian Jewish immigrants Beatrice and Meyer C. Molinsky, she had an elder sister named Barbara Waxler. Rivers spent her early life in Prospect Heights and Crown Heights in Brooklyn, where she attended the progressive and now-defunct Brooklyn Ethical Culture School and Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn, a college preparatory day school, where she was co-chairman of her school, due to her past experiences in theatrical activities.
Within 2 years, she performed in the School Cavalcades, in 1949, aged 16, she was vice president of the Dramatic Club. She graduated from the Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn, in 1950, at 17. In her adolescence, Rivers relocated with her family to Larchmont, north of New York City. Rivers stated in interviews that she was overweight throughout her childhood and adolescence, that it had a profound impact on her body image, which she would struggle with throughout her life, she attended Connecticut College between 1950 and 1952, graduated from Barnard College in 1954 with a B. A. summa cum laude in English anthropology. Before entering show business, Rivers worked at various jobs such as a tour guide at Rockefeller Center, a writer/proofreader at an advertising agency and a fashion consultant at Bond Clothing Stores. During this period, agent Tony Rivers advised her to change her name, so she chose Joan Rivers as her stage name. During the late 1950s, Rivers appeared in a short off-Broadway run play, Driftwood, co-starring Barbra Streisand.
It ran for six weeks on playwright Maurice Tei Dunn's apartment on 49th Street, in NYC, according to an interview with Adweek. Rivers performed in numerous comedy clubs in the Greenwich Village area of New York City in the early 1960s, including The Bitter End, The Gaslight Cafe and The Duplex. Rivers became friends with her fellow Greenwich Village comedians Woody Allen and George Carlin and ate with them, she describes working in the Village alongside noted musicians Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand, Carly Simon and Simon and Garfunkel. Between 1963 and 1964, along with Jim Connell and Jake Holmes, were in the cabaret act "Jim, Jake & Joan". A 1964 appearance at The Bitter End resulted in their appearance in the motion picture, Once Upon A Coffee House, Rivers' first big screen credit; the group parted ways shortly afterwards, on which member Holmes recalled: "We were supposed to do this rally for Bobby Kennedy, running for New York senator in 1964. We were going to play at the rally. Joan showed up with a Keating button on.
And Jim said take that off. She said no — she was sticking to her political guns, and Jim said, "Who needs you, anyway?" That was the end...". She made an appearance as a guest on the television program The Tonight Show originating from New York, hosted at the time by Jack Paar. By 1965, Rivers had a stint on Candid Camera as participant. After seven auditions during a period of three years, she made her first appearance on The Tonight Show with new host Johnny Carson, on February 17, 1965. Rivers credited this episode to be her breakthrough, as Carson said to her on the air "you're gonna be a star". Following this appearance, she became a frequent guest on a close friend of Carson; as her profile rose in the subsequent years, she started to make guest-appearances in numerous popular shows, including The Ed Sullivan Show, The Mike Douglas Show, The Dick Cavett Show and Girl Talk, with Virginia Graham. She wrote material f
Cavallari is an American reality television series that premiered on July 8, 2018, on E!. The series follows Kristin Cavallari and her life in Nashville, with her husband Jay Cutler, as she launches the flagship store for her jewelry line, Uncommon James. Cavallari was announced in April 2018; the series is set in Tennessee. The series premiered on July 8, 2018. On August 23, 2018, it was announced. Kristin Cavallari Jay Cutler Shannon Ford John Gurney Kelly Henderson Brittainy Taylor Reagan Agee Taylor Monaco Colby Dee Coskery Wirth Campbell Jon Stone Very Cavallari on IMDb