Network to Produce a New Real-Life Series at the World's Most
Famous Casino Resort
As reported by The Business Wire
Vegas, Nevada - Caesars
Palace has granted unprecedented access to A&E Network
to create a new real-life series offering the ultimate behind-the-scenes
look at Las Vegas' most legendary resort and casino, it was
announced today by Abbe Raven, executive vice president and
general manager, A&E Network.
spirit of A&E's hit series AIRLINE, CAESARS will focus on
trials, triumphs and tribulations of a compelling cast of Las
Vegas characters, including a regular cast of Caesars Palace
employees and a revolving cast of wide-eyed tourists, first-time
gamblers, and other visitors of all descriptions who come to
party in the world's most famous adult playground.
will experience the Entertainment Capital of the World as they
have never seen it before -- through the eyes of the indomitable
pit boss, the savvy sports book oddsmaker, the tactful hotel
concierge, glamorous showgirls, imperious high-rollers, excited
low-rollers, Vegas newlyweds and any number of the 60,000 visitors
and employees who pass through the marbled hallways of Caesars
Palace each day.
thrilled to have Caesars Palace as the setting for our next
real-life series," said Abbe Raven, executive vice president
and general manager, A&E Network. "Viewers will have
the unique opportunity, thanks to the unprecedented access Caesars
has given us for the show, to experience the compelling stories
that happen behind the scenes at the world's most famous resort
are pleased to have a television partner of the caliber of A&E
Network to capture the innumerable intriguing stories to be
found inside the storied walls of Caesars Palace," said
Mark Juliano, president of the renowned resort. "Caesars
Palace possesses a mystique that eludes any other casino
in Las Vegas. It is the perfect venue for A&E to create
an engaging and entertaining television program which will showcase
Las Vegas in an unscripted style as has never been done before."
over 80 acres of property at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip,
Palace employs over 5,000 people to service more than 2,400
guest rooms as well as five wedding chapels, 22 restaurants
and a five-acre swimming pool complex, providing a perfect backdrop
for non-stop action.
will be the executive producer for A&E Network. CAESARS
will be produced for A&E Network by 44 Blue Productions
("What Should You Do?," "Cell Dogs," "True
Story of Black Hawk Down") and Cypress Point Productions
("Nuremberg," "Out of the Ashes," "44
Minutes"). Rasha Drachkovitch, Gerald Abrams and Michael
Goldstein are executive producers.