Interior design lovers, we’ve got a new show to put you onto. Pamela Anderson is officially joining HGTV Canada and Chorus Studios with the highly-anticipated debut of Pamela’s Garden of Eden – a new series that follows the global icon back to her Vancouver Island roots as she redesigns her family’s legacy home.

For those who don’t know, Pamela is quite passionate about design and home renovation – and has ever the “romantic and glamourous vision” for the expansive property she purchased from her grandmother 25 years ago, according to a press release.

The show

The Corus Studios Original series follows Pamela as she takes a break from Hollywood and redevelops the 6-acre waterfront property, with the help of her team of contractors, an architect, a designer, and input from her parents and son.

“I could bring some of the glamour I’ve experienced in my life here,” Pamela says in the series’ official trailer. “I want something fantastic, something sexy, something sustainable.”

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The legacy property includes The Roadhouse, The Boathouse, and The Cabin – all of which Pamela has ambitious plans for. In particular, she hopes to make The Boathouse the “crown jewel” of the property by turning it into an “architectural masterpiece.”

Over the course of the first season, Pamela and her team work through all the stresses, unexpected challenges, and budget/time constraints of this huge renovation. The premiere episode starts out with a small but essential project: Transforming the unfinished Roadhouse basement into a “charming laundry area, pantry, and mudroom.”

According to the press release, Pamela takes a trip down memory lane in this episode, going through all the designer clothes and shoes that have been stored in her basement.

Pamela’s Garden of Eden premiers on Thursday, November 3rd at 10 pm ET/PT.