Pamela Anderson is used to having cameras follow her around, so her life may not require much adjustment now that she's about to become the subject of a TV series.
The "Baywatch" and "Stacked" star will star in a show for E! later this year. Tentatively titled "Pamela," the show comes from prolific producers Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey ("Transamerica," "Showbiz Moms and Dads," "The Eyes of Tammy Faye") and will follow Anderson as she lives her life "with no regrets."
"'Pamela' will be an artistically rich and visually stunning series," says Barbato, who's exec producing the show with Bailey, Jeff Pollack and Anderson. "The series will offer an unprecedented look inside the life of one of today's most iconic superstars in the style of a uniquely shot documentary film."
E! is calling the show an "observational documentary series" rather than a reality show, and says it will have the style of a feature documentary. It purports to give viewers insight into "the real woman behind the famous breasts" (as the network puts it) and as such, will focus exclusively on Anderson; her two sons, 11-year-old Brandon and 10-year-old Dylan, won't be featured.
Anderson has a role in "Superhero Movie," which is in theaters now. Other recent credits include the short-lived FOX sitcom "Stacked" and the feature "Blonde and Blonder."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun