North Shore concludes tonight. The Mark Burnett edited show Boarding House: North Shore concludes its run on The WB tonight as the men compete at the Vans Triple Crown’s final location, the Bonzai Pipeline. A repeat Sunday came in fourth place in the show’s time slot, earning a 1.5/2 rating.
Boarding House: North Shore, Paradise Hotel both debut tonight. Two series which follow cast members living in a house debut tonight. The WB’s Boarding House: North Shore, “which will give viewers an intimate look at the largely unknown culture of surfing and the aggressive world of competition,” airs tonight on The WB at 8 p.m…. continue reading
Burnett: North Shore is “not all about surfing, it’s about the characters.” The WB’s Boarding House: North Shore is “not all about surfing, it’s about the characters, which is what I like best,” says Mark Burnett, who came on board the show for post-production to help with editing. The series debuts June 18 at 9… continue reading
Mark Burnett editing North Shore, creating Trump “apprentice” show. Survivor executive producer Mark Burnett is serving as a producer on the already-filmed WB reality TV series North Shore. He’ll work on post-production and editing for the series, which debuts June 18. “He’s also executive producing a series called The Apprentice for NBC, in which a… continue reading
WB following Vans Triple Crown competitors as they surf, live together. Filming began Friday for North Shore, a WB reality TV series “will follow [seven] surfers surfing, training and relaxing, capturing life at [a] beach house and in the competitions of the Vans Triple Crown surfing events,” the Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports. Produced by former The… continue reading