E!'s NEW DOCU-SERIES "HOLLYWOOD & FOOTBALL" KICKS OFF WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AT 9 PM ET/PT
The Hour-Long, Six Episode Series Follows the Lives of Six Professional Football Players and Their Families As They Trade Their Midwestern Roots for Sunny Los Angeles Skies
LOS ANGELES -Oct. 12, 2016 -E!'s new docu-series, "Hollywood & Football," will offer a special look into life outside of the stadium for LA's new home team, taking viewers off the gridiron and into the lives of six players for the legendary Rams. After more than 20 years in St. Louis, the pressure is on for the players to succeed as they have everything to prove in their highly anticipated first season back in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, their wives and fiancés have to start from scratch in making friends, finding schools, and navigating life in the limelight. From the hilarious adventures and misadventures that come with being plucked from St. Louis and placed among the rolling Hollywood hills, to the Midwestern-valued families nervous about being so close to the temptations of fame, "Hollywood & Football" will show the struggles and laughs that come along with being the new celebrity on the block when the series premieres Wednesday, November 30 at 9 PM ET/PT on E!
In the premiere episode, the Rams are finally making their way back to Los Angeles after being in St. Louis for over two decades. The players are having a blast exploring the entertainment capital of the world, but at the same time they are having difficulty acclimating to famous LA traffic, costly living expenses and exorbitant housing prices. To remain close knit in the big city, Rodger and Asia Saffold host a summer kickoff for their fellow Rams family. However, some unexpected party guests threaten to interfere with their "Ram-ily" fun.
Over the course of the season, "Hollywood & Football" will feature the following members of The "Ram-ily:" Kenny & Sabrina Britt, Rodger & Asia Saffold, Lance & Danielle Kendricks, Chase & Kila Reynolds, Bradley Marquez & Melissa Hernandez and Cory & Bianca Harkey.
"Hollywood & Football" is a T Group production with Jenny Daly, Rob Lobl and Shauna Thomas serving as executive producers.
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About T Group Productions
T Group Productions is a premier reality and scripted television production company that develops, sells, produces, and licenses shows and formats domestically and internationally. Some of T Group's currently produced shows are "Ozzy and Jack's World Detour" for History; "The Joey Mac Project" for Pop Network; "Ink, Paper, Scissors" for BET; and "24 to Life" on LMN. Since Jenny Daly established T Group in 2010 T Group has produced hits such as "Storage Hunters" and "Container Wars" for TruTV, "Invention USA" for History Channel, "A Wicked Offer" for CW, and "Mystery Diners" and "Private Chefs of Beverly Hills" for Food Network. Other past projects include "Gold Diggers" for Animal Planet, "Celebrities Undercover" for Oxygen, "In The Big House" for Logo, "House of Food" for MTV, as well as projects with A&E, Spike, E!, and VH1.