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Review: 'Men of The Strip' reality television show on E! Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 10, 2014 in Entertainment
Las Vegas - The "Men of The Strip" reality television show made its debut on the E! network in early June. It features Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees as co-owner and host.
The television show, based on the male revue, also consists of Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Packard and co-owner Mike Foland, who is affectionately known as "Money Mike." It gives us a glimpse into the lives of the lead performers of the show and the intense level of preparation that is involved in order to succeed at a House of Blues live showcase in Las Vegas.
Viewers were also introduced to the "rookie" member, Derek North, in this television show, in addition to Kyle Efthemes, Keith Webb, Joel Sajiun, Chris Boudreaux, Nate Estimada and veteran emcee Charles Dera.
There were many trials and tribulations that the performers had to go through such as injuries, disagreements, creative differences, among other things, but the viewers were able to see how the majority of these conflicts were resolved. The support they had from Timmons, Foland and Packard (who emerged as the "dream-maker" for these guys) was evident throughout the show.
The Verdict
While I am not really a fan of reality television, I found "Men of The Strip" to be quite an interesting show. It really did a solid job conveying the values of hard work, perseverance and team work that all of the men had to go through (from the performers to the owners) during their months of training and preparation, and it is safe to say they met their common goal and all of their hard work paid off. I look forward to seeing how this brand develops in the future. Thus far, it looks extremely promising.
To learn more about "Men of The Strip," visit its official website.
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