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The Gastineau Girls

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gastineau Girls
Genre Reality
Directed by Lisa Caruso
Miles Kahn
Mark Perez
Starring Lisa Gastineau
Brittny Gastineau
Theme music composer Didier Rachou
SupaSonics
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 18
Production
Executive producer(s) Glenda Hersch
Ann Lewis
Sara Nichols
Steven Weinstock
Producer(s) Jerry Kolber
Toy Newkirk
Editor(s) Virginie Danglades
Julie Bob Lombardi
Tennille Uithof
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network E!
Original release February 15, 2005 (2005-02-15) – February 7, 2006 (2006-02-07)

Gastineau Girls is an American reality series that made its debut on the E! cable channel in 2005. The show followed the daily exploits of Lisa Gastineau and Brittny Gastineau, respectively the ex-wife and only daughter (whom he has not seen in 17 years) of former NFL player Mark Gastineau.

Synopsis

The first season chronicled Lisa and Brittny's quest for love in New York City as well as Brittny's attempt to make it in the world of modeling. After its initial season ended, E! renewed the show for a second season. After airing two seasons, the show was cancelled.

The series was produced by True Entertainment, a subsidiary of Endemol Entertainment, known for CBS' Big Brother.

Episodes

Season 1

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 "Home, Sweet Home?" February 15, 2005
1-2 "Race to Midnight" February 15, 2005
1-3 "In the Doghouse" February 22, 2005
1-4 "Paradise Lost" March 1, 2005
1-5 "Bahama Mama" March 15, 2005
1-6 "Model Citizens" March 22, 2005
1-7 "Working Girls" March 29, 2005
1-8 "L.A. Women" April 5, 2005

Season 2

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
2-1 "California Dreamin'" November 29, 2005
2-2 "Singing the Blues" December 6, 2005
2-3 "Working Girls" December 13, 2005
2-4 "Shake Your Groove Thang" December 20, 2005
2-5 "Hitting the Road" December 27, 2005
2-6 "Hard Labor" January 10, 2006
2-7 "Mama Drama" January 24, 2006
2-8 "It's My Party" January 31, 2006
2-9 "Blowin' a Fuse" February 7, 2006
2-10 "Homebody" February 7, 2006

DVD release

On January 31, 2006, the series' first complete season was released on Region 1 DVD in the United States.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient
2005 Teen Choice Awards Nominated Choice TV Reality/Variety Star - Female Brittny Gastineau

External links

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