Fueled by the popularity of reality shows and a special brand of Caribbean dramatic spice, a Florida company has created “Caribbean Wives of South Florida,” a pilot show which will debut with a red carpet premiere in Manhattan on Nov. 15.
The pilot’s architect says “Caribbean Wives” will stand out among the throng of shows because of its special mix of reality drama and a respectful portrayal of Caribbean culture. The pilot will screen at Hunter College’s Kaye Playhouse, 695 Park Ave. (between 68th and 69th Sts.), from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The show looks at the triumphs, trials and tribulations of marriage, careers, raising their children and cultural challenges in America. With wives from Jamaica, Haiti, Grenada, the Dominican Republic, plus husbands from Trinidad, the D.R. Grenada and America starring in the pilot, the show aims to join an ever-increasing number of reality shows already on the air.
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