Get ready for a new local television series that is currently being produced by Always Late TV in St. Louis, and it is making quite a splash of its own. On a cold crisp Sunday, they began filming some hot scenes in Bee Tree Park, St. Louis, MO.
Brother vs. Sister, is a dark moody scripted television series based in St. Louis, which stars Dani Jay, an actress from (She won the 3rd season) ‘Local Ambition’, a modeling competition reality show. It tells the story of her character Ryan Lancaster, who has lost everything after her brother reveals to everyone back at home, her deepest secret. A secret that can’t be shared at this time, but it is sure to be destructive. So, with nothing else left to lose, she travels to River City to find her brother, Jamie, and teach him a lesson in revenge.
And how sweet is deception and then the ultimate reward of revenge. You will have to wait and find all the sordid details, upon watching this soon to be addictive series, once it is released. Brother vs. Sister follows siblings, Ryan and Jamie Lancaster, as well as a host of other characters who they will fatefully come into contact with.
You will expect to see gangs, drugs, and all that is secular, in a world that has no boundary. And if that is not juicy enough for your taste, Brother vs Sister will explore the dark side of the adult entertainment industry.
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A little about the hit St. Louis reality show Local Ambition producer Hanna Hetz. She was a finalist on their last season and has quickly adapted to her new role behind the scenes. She asks a lot of great questions and has an eye for this kind of thing. The bosses are very impress with her quick knowledge of the reality television business and are waiting to see what she has in store for next season.
Always Late TV, the station that produces both shows; Local Ambition and Brother vs Sister, also applaud Chris Hoffman, a remarkable photographer who has moved to become a cinematographer; has been with the station since 2013. In which, he has passionately adapted very well from still frames to motion pictures.
Check out the video of Local Ambition, within this article.