Pellet Productions Developing TV Pilot in Reading
Pellet Productions is working with Atlantic Framing and Gifts to develop a new television show.
Do you have a family heirloom, photo or painting that you would like to get framed? Is your object worth money? Does it have historical value? If so, Pellet Productions is looking for you.
Pellet Productions in Reading is working with Atlantic Framing and Gifts on Haven Street to produce a pilot for a new television show. The show, according to Producer Jonathan Loewald, will be similar to Antiques Roadshow or Pawn Stars. The idea is to have residents bring their family heirloom, photograph, painting or other item to Atlantic Framing where they can share the history and value of the piece, and find out if their estimate is accurate. They will also get advice from Atlantic Framing owners Scott Kajander and Judy Barolak on how it should be framed, or if it should be framed at all.
The show is still in early stages of development, and producers are looking for residents to participate.
“We’d like to find eight to 10 people who are interested in being part of the pilot,“ Loewald said.
If you are interested in being part of the pilot, contact Loewald, at email@example.com. If chosen, the show will be filmed at Atlantic Framing, broadcasted on its own YouTube channel, and then shopped around to different television networks, according to Loewald.