HOLLYWOOD, CA & PORTAGE la PRAIRIE, MB –
Producers of the hit TV drama suits announced they are collaborating with C.I.P.P. –TV to create a new drama series based on the people who wear orange, high-visibility safety clothing
“Safety Vests” will tell the stories of intrigue and excitement from the construction world the same way “Suits” portrayed New York City lawyers.
Billed as a high-level drama, “Safety Vests” promises to bring sizzling sex appeal to the safety industry and combine compelling characters with breathtaking life and death situations with each episode having twists and worker compensation claims.
“The first episode will kick-off with a work site safety meeting,” producer Brian Berenstein said. “We won’t waste any time until our cast of characters are subjected to a work place inspection by a health and safety officer.”
“I don’t want to give away too much about the pilot but let’s just say at least one of our main characters is faced with a significant crisis when they are found not wearing their personal protective equipment, including a safety vest.”
The only cast member from Suits to make the jump to the spinoff is Meghan Markle, who plays the love interest of head safety officer Kenny Brookside who is exposed in episode three as an imposter with no official safety training.
When Brookside is exposed an imposter, it sets off a chain of attempts by the construction company to hide this fact while they try to maintain numerous construction contracts.
“Despite not having any formal health and safety training, Brookside is potentially the best health and safety officer there is,” Berenstein offered. “In the show he is simply too good to let go.”
Season one includes 13 episodes and a season ending cliffhanger that exposes Brookside’s secret while he investigates a critical workplace injury.
“Suits had some great appeal among urban professionals so we are hoping Safety Vests does the same thing with the much larger blue-collar audience,” Berenstein said. “Even people who don’t have to wear safety vests have seen or know people who do. If a show about lawyers was big, a show about construction workers will be huge.”
C.I.P.P. TV Channel 116 will air the show starting in May on Sunday nights at 9pm temporarily displacing Beverly Hills 90210.
Station owner Ryan Coke is thrilled about the new co-production.
“This show is important to us and vital to telling the stories of the amazing men and woman who have to wear those obnoxiously ugly orange vests. Until I read the pitch for this show, I thought they were nothing more than low-skilled trolls, but I’ve had my eyes opened. They seem to have real lives and real problems; at least on the show they’ll be interesting. Plus, Meghan Markle rocks her safety vest and steel-toed heels, so I’ll be watching.”
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