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Bravo Announces Welcome To The Parker

November 08, 2006 08:23 PM by Joe Blackmon

Bravo announces series pick-up of "Welcome to the Parker" (working title), a docu-series that takes viewers into the world of the luxurious Parker Palm Springs hotel. Each one-hour episode will uncover the lives, relationships and drama of the hotel staff and their guests. Bravo has signed Snackaholic production company, the producers of the critically acclaimed series "Tabloid Wars," to produce the series. The announcement was made by Frances Berwick, Executive Vice President, Programming and Production, Bravo. Production begins this month and series will air on Bravo in 2007.

"Bravo continues to create the kind of docu-drama series that our viewers crave," said Berwick. "This time we’re pulling the curtain back on the culture of high class hotels and taking a look at the unique personalities that work and play at The Parker."

The Parker Palm Springs is a happy, chic estate known for laid-back relaxation. The hotel sits on 13 acres of landscaped property and gardens with a natural backdrop of desert and mountains. The hard-working staff at The Parker is filled with varying personalities who have the responsibility of keeping all of the hotel’s demanding guests content. Viewers will see the work that goes into keeping The Parker’s sterling reputation intact. "Welcome to the Parker" follows everyone from the concierge to the housekeeping department to the maitre’d and all of the colorful guests found inside its walls.

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4 Responses to “Bravo Announces Welcome To The Parker”

  1. Joe Says:
    November 11th, 2006 at 2:00 am

    The Parker is a complete SHAM. My only wish is that they get shown up for the fraud they are.

  2. Gabbi Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 2:52 pm

    Glorious! Shameful as it may sound, I love reality tv! Having been to the hippie-posh Parker (which btw knocked our socks off — partially due to the organic-luxe infused vodkas, along with the royal treatment) — I cannot wait to see new bravo show!!! What a great idea!

  3. Jasper Martzin Says:
    December 29th, 2006 at 6:40 pm

    Oh god, what next? First of all, this really could be a cool chic hotel. The look is there, there is enough gayness to pull of the old aunt’s chic estate concept but ( and this but is bigger then the old aunts) the people in charge don’t get their own concept. Put it this way…you don’t ask Pat Boone to direct a John Waters concept..you get John Waters to do it. The people running the Parker PS are not cool chic people, they are very uncomfortable being there and it show. If I am paying for cool chic ( and you do pay at the Parker), I don’t want to see my mug on Bravo. Cool and chic should also mean discrete and respect for privacy.

  4. Lisa J Wagner Says:
    July 10th, 2007 at 7:54 pm

    Cannot wait to see Michael Crawford. This is going to be great. I love The Parker and their staff…..


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