‘Baywatch’ Docuseries With New Pamela Anderson Interview Set at Hulu 5

A Baywatch docuseries is set to premiere on Hulu later this summer.

After Baywatch: Moment in the Sun is a four-part series that will dive into the untold stories of the iconic ’90s TV show, featuring exclusive interviews with its cast and creator.

The series will also include a never-before-seen interview with Pamela Anderson and more than a decade of home videos from other castmembers, including Nicole Eggert, Carmen Electra, Billy Warlock, Alexandra Paul, Gregory Alan Williams, David Chokachi and more. The intimate clips will give viewers a glimpse into the real struggles, dynamics, friendships and moments that happened off-camera.

Through dozens of interviews and new footage, After Baywatch “unpacks how the show captured the mythology of California’s beach culture, set physical beauty standards for an entire generation and capitalized on the adage ‘sex sells,’” according to a press release.

The four-part project will explore Baywatch‘s enduring impact on pop culture and legacy while delivering a nostalgic and insightful exploration of the cultural phenomenon that defined its era. According to the press release, it will provide an “unprecedented look into the stars who brought the world’s most famous lifeguards to life.”

Jeremy Jackson, Traci Bingham, Erika Eleniak, Michael Newman, Michael Berk and Douglas Schwartz will also be featured in the docuseries, which is produced and directed by Matthew Felker. Eggert serves as a producer, alongside Ari Shofet as executive producer.

The creative team collaborated with ABC News Studios on the show, with David Sloan as its senior executive producer and Muriel Pearson as its executive producer. 

After Baywatch: Moment in the Sun premieres on Hulu on Aug. 28.

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