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A television production company representative came before Isle of Palms City Council Tuesday to ask permission to film on the island for a show about finding love. City council’s vote at the special meeting ended in a tie, 4 to 4, which meant the motion to grant the request to film on the island failed.It would make sense, and it would make everything very easy, but I don’t know if that would be fulfilling to me the rest of my life.”“Thomas is… The name change will be explained later this season on the show.Still, the 35-year-old isn’t looking to settle down just yet, sharing that the end of her first marriage a couple years back makes her a little commitment-shy.“And that's one thing I'm kind of protective of is not to have us become, for lack of a better term, a fiasco of somebody chasing love on the beach and people fighting."Josh Halpert was there to make the case for the show, which is about dating life in and around Charleston and counts Southern Charm cast member Shepard “Shep” Rose among its cast.
Halpert is the vice president of production for the company commissioned by Bravo for the series, and he emphasized to council that the new show – which does not have a final name – would not be another Southern Charm.“I can’t stress enough that this is a different kind of show,” he said.
We finally know the premiere date for Shep Rose’s new reality dating show and it’s not looking good for the three alarms you have to set on your phone.
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