Harris, fellow SHA alum Thompson and Brown formed the Faith Cattle Company in 2013.A reality show, “Dukes of Cattle” was made from that venture and the new series, produced by the same company that produced Sweet Home and Southern Nights, continues to follow their exploits.
Like the best of reality shows, audiences fell in love with many cast members over the last few seasons, many of whom will be back for "Southern Nights" later this month."The Real Housewives" franchise is the reality TV equivalent of "Law & Order." At this moment, there are six different versions of "The Real Housewives" airing on Bravo throughout the year, along with two international spinoffs and two former series that ended after one season.
As the name suggests, "The Real Housewives" follows rich and powerful women from Orange County to Miami as they experience what some have called "First World Problems."The women of "The Real Housewives" may be closer to the 1% than the rest of us, the but the backstabbing, gossiping and snipping are universal.
Are you looking for love in a very small Southern town? Type: Reality TV CMT Is Casting A Dating Show In Small Towns of the SOUTH!
Casting directors for CMT are looking to cast some Small Town Southern Singles! Need people in towns of less than 5k and far outside of big cities! It’s Sex in the City, if it were a city of under 5k, meets Party Down South! – Live in a small town (less than 2k people) in the South, at least an hour from any big city? Write me today with your name, #, email, a bit about why we should come to film you, and a recent photo.
Seeking singles, between18-32 years old, in small towns! We also will be coming to a city near you for in person casting 1/5-1/12, let us know if you will be able to attend!
INDIAN LAND, South Carolina — A new docuseries featuring Robertsdale cowboy Cody Harris is set to premiere Thursday, Aug. “We’ve been doing a lot of filming and we’re hoping that we are going to be a part of the network for years to come,” said Harris in a phone interview from December.Do you live in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, North or South Carolina and single?A new CMT series may want to cast you for a new reality series.Or you could tune in tomorrow to the CMT network and watch Season 4 of “Sweet Home Alabama.” Smith is a contestant on the show, where 11 city slickers and 11 country guys move into a house in Fairhope, Ala., trying to win the heart of a Southern belle.We caught up with the Surf City native to find out more. In December, the network announced that it had ordered nine episodes of the docuseries, The Cowboy Way: Alabama, which follows the adventures of three modern-day cowboys, including Robertsdale’s Cody Harris, along with fellow ranchers Bubba Thompson and Chris “Booger” Brown.