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Hollywood Hillbillies: ‘Angry Ginger’ & His Grandma Try And Get Famous With David Weintraub


Jan. 21 2014, Published 5:57 p.m. ET

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The story of the country family that hits it big in Tinsletown was a television fantasy until now, with a brand new reality show  titled Hollywood Hillbillies that is bringing an outrageous redneck bunch to the big city with dreams of becoming stars.

The show stars Michael “Angry Ginger” Kitrell and his grandmother “Mema” who are heading to Hollywood to pursue their dreams.

David Weintraub, former agent turned manager/producer told that he saw Kitrell on South Park and Tosh.O and signed him up for a Hollywood show.

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David moved the hillbilly family to LA to teach them the ins and outs of the entertainment industry and to make Michael "Angry Ginger" Kitrell a star over the 12-episode series premièring tonight on REELZCHANNEL.

“Hollywood Hillbillies is an experience like no other,” Weintraub, creator of Sons of Hollywood and a one-time rep of stars like Kristen Cavalari, Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Ray J and Scott Disick, bragged.

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“For anyone who ever dreamed of making their aspirations come true in Hollywood, this is your show. This series in a non-conventional, rollercoaster of redneck fish  out of water good times showing a big loud and big hearted family as they try to make it in the Entertainment  business.

“They fail at some things but succeed at others but no matter what, they stay a family in this crazy environment.”

Hollywood Hillbillies premieres with two episodes Tuesday, January 21 at 9 pm on REELZCHANNEL.



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