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E4 pilots Keshet’s “Walk of Shame Shuttle”

E4 has commissioned a one-hour pilot of Keshet Productions UK’s reality show Walk of Shame Shuttle. Based on a VH1 youth-skewing reality format (pictured) created by Brian Graden Media, the premiere ...
November 21, 2016

E4 has commissioned a one-hour pilot of Keshet Productions UK’s reality show Walk of Shame Shuttle.

Based on a VH1 youth-skewing reality format (pictured) created by Brian Graden Media, the premiere episode will see some of the UK’s biggest party animals share details of their wildest night out while riding in a taxi-turned-confessional.

From Tinder dates gone wrong and dance floor shame, to awkward sexual encounters, bringing home unwanted furry friends and waking up with your one night stand’s mum, the rigged cab will capture it all. The cast of shuttle drivers -Jay, Max and AJ – are there to act as both personalize chauffeur and “agony aunt”, listening without judgment to the exploits and confessions of their customers. Once the passenger has been safely dropped off, it’s back to the cab office to share the latest tales with the controller and other drivers.​

David Williams, creative director of non-scripted at Keshet Productions UK, described the format as “part confessional and part therapy” for the party goers,” and “a toe-curling window on a world of epic fails and embarrassment for the rest of us.”

Walk of Shame Shuttle was commissioned by Simone Haywood for E4. Kevin Mundye is executive producer and Nina Clement is series producer for Keshet Productions UK.

 

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