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Vh1 presents reality show ‘Laguna Beach’

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Vh1 presents reality show ‘Laguna Beach’

International music and lifestyle channel Vh1 brings to India the reality series ‘Laguna Beach’. The show premieres on September 11, and will be aired every Tuesday at 9 pm.

Keerthan Adyanthaya, Vice President and General Manager, Vh1 India, said, “It has been our constant endeavour to bring to our audiences the best of international music and lifestyle entertainment. ‘Laguna Beach’ is another example of that. If you enjoyed ‘Pimp My Ride’, ‘Hogan Knows Best’, ‘Call to Greatness’, then ‘Laguna Beach’ will redefine the word ‘reality’ for you.”

‘Laguna Beach’ is a reality format show that is structured as a traditional narrative viewed more commonly in fictionalised television dramas, as opposed to a straightforward observant documentary.

From spring break to prom to graduation, ‘Laguna Beach’ documents the lives of several teenagers living in a seaside community located in Orange county in California. The show takes the viewers on a ride of their lives and showcases the real-life drama of Lauren aka LC, Lo, Christina, Kristin, Morgan, Trey, Talan and Stephen, who grew up together with enough money to spend their day doing exactly what they please. But their lives weren't perfect, and soon they were to discover that money didn't buy everything.


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