Jersey Belle is a reality TV series, which premiered on Bravo in 2014. The series chronicles the life of entertainment publicist Jaime Primak Sullivan as she moves from New Jersey to Mountain Brook, Alabama and tries to get used to Southern life. The series follows Jaime as she tries to fit in to an upscale Southern suburb of Alabama.
Executive Producers and Production Company
Jersey Belle’s executive producers were: Dave Rupel, Lauren Lexton, Sonia Slutsky and Tom Rogan. Authentic Entertainment was the production company.
Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show. Click on the cast member name for more detailed information.
- Jaime Primak Sullivan
List of Episodes
Jersey Belle lasted for a single season with a total of eight episodes. Each episode was 42 minutes long.
- Episode 1 – Knish Out of Water – New Jersey publicist Jaime Primak Sullivan moves from New Jersey to Alabama.
- Episode 2 – Wedding Belles – Jaime helps Luci to get over a breakup. Jaime travels to LA for work. She announces her desire to have another child.
- Episode 3 – Upton Girl – Jaime continues to plan having a baby. Luci begins to date other people.
- Episode 4 – Secrets Of The South – Jaime considers adoption.
- Episode 5 – Southern Fried Birthday – Luci and Danielle organize a dinner party.
- Episode 6 – Operation New Jersey – The women take a trip to New Jersey.
- Episode 7 – The Primak Attack – Jaime celebrates Thanksgiving with her family. Later she goes to the doc with her husband.
- Episode 8 – The Lake House – Jamie goes to Arden’s lake house with her friends.
Critical Response and Awards
- The show wasn’t nominated for any awards
- The show received 6.6 out of 10 stars on IMDB
- The show received 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon Video
Facts and Trivia
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