Just when you thought there was a reality show for just about everything on planet earth that breathes there is one more group of ladies who says that you have never seen anything like them before, The Caribbean Wives Of South Florida are ready to bring a whole new level of drama to the reality show world and also show a different side to the beautiful Caribbean women of South Florida. Mi dunno which bloodclot TV station dem gals gwon go to but ima keep an eye out for it…
– JamaicaObserver reports;
A new reality show ‘Caribbean Wives of South Florida’ will premiere in New York on November 15. The show, produced by Maxine Tulloch, president Florida-based Tulloch Media Communications, was influenced by the popularity of American reality TV shows such as Real Housewives of Atlanta, Real Housewives of New Jersey, among others.
This new series boasts a cast featuring six successful women, three Jamaicans and the others from Grenada and Haiti — Kendra Parker (Jamaica), Carmel Moise (Haiti), Dale Forrester (Grenada), Bridgette Cadet-Young (Haiti), Jeneva Gordon (Jamaica) and Terryann Ramirez (Jamaica).
“Caribbean Wives is unique. It’s different because there is nothing like it — Hollywood wants the high drama, the fights, the ridiculous conflicts, shock behaviour — we bring none of that to the production,” explained Tulloch. “Yes, there are conflicts, but they are played out differently, the Caribbean way, with class and dignity; our culture dictates how we behave and it is shown in our production — we are different, America has never seen the Caribbean in its true form. In this production, we expressed the culture as best as possible.” (JO)