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Pamela Anderson on What to Expect From Pamela’s Garden of Eden Season 2

Pamela Anderson
HGTV Canada

In season one of Pamela’s Garden of Eden, Hollywood icon Pamela Anderson returned to her roots in beautiful British Columbia to restore her grandmother’s legacy property. In the upcoming second season, Pamela returns to continue this major project as well as assist with the renovation of her two sons, Brandon and Dylan’s new home in Los Angeles. While season two is not set to air until 2024, we recently sat down with Pamela to chat about what we can look forward to in season two. Read on to find out what Pamela is most excited for in season two, and what she says might surprise people in her new Food Network Canada show Pamela’s Cooking With Love.

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What are you most excited for viewers to see in the new season of Pamela’s Garden of Eden?

I think the second season really encapsulates what I love about design. The sustainability and all the kind of romantic elements of renovation, if there is such a thing. But I think it’s a much, much truer reflection of where I’m at. My feet feel firmly planted on the ground. I feel like I’ve just come a long way in the last few years of self-acceptance and embracing myself and this property. So I love the idea of taking my power back, doing things the way we want to do it.

Pamela Anderson
HGTV Canada

We’re not fancy people. I shouldn’t say that we’re not fancy people because obviously my sons have a beautiful house in Los Angeles, and we all can be fancy at times, but I just feel so much more myself at home. We are getting our hands dirty and on the fly figuring out what the best-case scenario is. It’s just very authentic. It’s very real.

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This homecoming feels even more so like a homecoming. I think the first season was more like my transitional year where I had just gotten home. There [were] a lot of things going on with my documentary, the TV series, doing Broadway. I was kind of all over the place. This year, I’m here and I’m in it and I’m making things the way I love them to be.

[This season] I’ve brought my kids in to help me renovate and I’m also helping them with their place in Los Angeles. I think it really kind of sets the groundwork for what the future is going to be for this property. I feel like we kind of tackled a lot of problems last season, but this year we get to actually see things being done.

If you had to describe season two of Pamela’s Garden of Eden in three words, what would they be?

Dreamy, powerful and full of surprises.

Related: Our Favourite Quotes From Pamela’s Garden of Eden

Pamela Anderson
HGTV Canada

What do you think will surprise viewers in season two and in your new show Pamela’s Cooking With Love?

Everything’s a surprise! I don’t know if people realize how much I love entertaining and cooking. It was really important to me to have a cooking show, but also have this home show. Sustainable living is a central way of living. I’m a romantic activist and I feel like this is a way to kind of show the proof is in the pudding! Showing people authentically how my sons and I live, create, build and share things. It just magnifies all the things I’ve learned in my life and want to share.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

Watch Pamela’s Garden of Eden on HGTV Canada, available to Stream Live or On-Demand with STACKTV. Try it free today!



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