With Hulu’s Pam and Tommy make waves by recreating one of the model and actress’ most infamous scandals Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer at Tommy Lee stolen sex tape, it was time for the first to react. While Baywatch The star never intended to work with Hulu and never planned to see the limited series starring Lily James and Sebastian StanAnderson has announced an untitled autobiographical documentary for Netflix.
Aside from Anderson’s photo, the handwritten note reads: “My life/ A thousand imperfections/ A million misconceptions/ Wicked, wild and lost/ Nothing up to par/ I can only surprise you/ Not a victim, but a survivor / And alive to tell the true story.” Anderson’s son Brandon Thomas Leewho serves as a producer on the project, reposted the note to his Instagram story emphasizing the phrase “The real story”, as did his youngest son. Dylan JaggerLee. Dubbed the “definitive documentary on the pop culture icon,” the film has been in the works for several years before landing on the streamer. Directed by Ryan White (Guardians, ask Dr Ruth), the yet-to-be-titled documentary will offer exclusive access to Anderson, along with archival footage and his personal diaries.
The logline describes the project as “an intimate portrait embedded in the life of Pamela Anderson as she reflects on her professional and personal journey and prepares for the next stages of her journey.” White will produce the project with Jessica Hargrave under the Tripod Media banner with Julia Nottingham for Dorothy St Pictures and Lee. Josh Brown will serve as executive producer. Anderson is out of the spotlight and focused on philanthropic work which hasn’t really been active since 2018 city hunterbut made an appearance in the 2017 theatrical reboot Baywatch. The news comes as the latest episode of Pam and Tommywhich also features Seth Rogan, Nick Offerman, Pepi Sonuga, and Taylor Schillingaired March 9.