Skyscraper City Forum banner
1 - 20 of 24 Posts

·
Banned
Joined
·
5,698 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
The Canadian version of Jersey Shore: "Lakeshore". Thanks to Rami for this one. :cheers:






Albanians do not back down from a fight. Vietnamese women are like cartoon characters. It’s okay for Italian-Canadians to calls themselves ****. At least, that’s what an upcoming reality TV series based in Toronto would have fans believe.

Taking after the popular MTV show Jersey Shore, Lake Shore will follow eight young Torontonians as they party hard, hook up and try to get along under the same roof.

The gel that holds the American series together — Guido pride — is notably absent from the Toronto version. In its place, however, is a multicultural cast of characters who threaten to clash in the most unCanadian of ways.

The show won’t start filming until early 2011 but it already has a fan base. On Wednesday, lake-shore.ca crashed after receiving more than a million visitors.

The trailer has also grabbed the attention of broadcasters in Canada and abroad who want to get the series on the air, said Lake Shore’s 26-year-old executive producer, Maryam Rahimi.

“We could go into production as soon as next week. Everything is assembled and we’re looking to get attached to a network,” she said. “There’s a demand for it.”
Here are the auditions of the Turk, the Albanian, the Lebanese and the Jew.




 

·
Registered
Joined
·
899 Posts
They are all trying too hard tbh. And the show looks like a really cheap and unsuccessful copy of Jersey Shore. It looks really lame lol.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,015 Posts
My one issue with the show (disregarding how dumb and trashy the show is in general) is that everyone is defined by nationality but the one girl is "the Jew", yet she is Israeli (originally from Romania). Shouldn't she be "the Israeli"? lol
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
7,953 Posts
My one issue with the show (disregarding how dumb and trashy the show is in general) is that everyone is defined by nationality but the one girl is "the Jew", yet she is Israeli (originally from Romania). Shouldn't she be "the Israeli"? lol
Makes her unique and stands out ?
 
1 - 20 of 24 Posts
Top