Jeers to Pam Anderson for insisting that her new E! series, Pam: Girl on the Loose, isn't a reality show but rather, "an eight-part documentary." What sets it apart from, say, Denise Richards: It's Complicated? Aside from Anderson's admirable decision not to show her kids' faces on camera, not much. Sure, there are fancy visuals split screens, grainy film stocks, annoyingly Perez Hiltonesque graffiti scrawls but the content is all-too-familiar. Pam cooks with her mom, hangs out in Vegas with her celeb pals, sells her old stuff for charity. Oh, and she's got the standard reality-TV accessory: a put-upon assistant. Pam may not be real (at least parts of her aren't), but that doesn't mean her show's not "reality." Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
From Baywatch to a world-famous home movie to a record 12 Playboy covers Pam Anderson busts boundaries whenever she can Now shes reinventing the reality show with Pam Girl on the Loose Sundays at 10 pmET E a docu-style peek into her private life thats finds her baring her soul instead of her bod So we asked her to keep us abreast Damian HolbrookTV Guide As one of the worlds sexiest vegetarians how much of this show will focus on your animal-rights workPamela Anderson PETA is a huge part of my life so youll get to see some [of our] escapadesTV Guide Given your beef with Jessica Simpson no pun intended I guess you wouldnt be thrilled about her playing CJ in a Baywatch movie huhAnderson I dont have a beef with anyoneTV Guide Whats your take on celebs who still wear fur LA isnt that cold Anderson People are just uneducated about the process If you knew the torture these animals endure you couldnt do it Its a blind eye to look fuzzy I