V.I.P.

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  • 1994
  • 4 Seasons
  • 4.1  (4,414)

V.I.P. is an American action drama that uses elements of comedy to ridicule the public persona of main star, former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson. The show was created by J.F. Lawton for his own Lawton Entertainment company; Lawton found fame in Hollywood as the writer of movies, including Pretty Woman and Under Siege. Four seasons of V.I.P. were produced from 1998 to 2002 consisting of 88 episodes all starring Pamela Anderson as Vallery Irons. V.I.P. opens with Vallery Irons, played by Pamela Anderson living a normal life until she saves a celebrity from death and finds herself a minor celebrity in her own right. Because of her new found fame Vallery is offered a job as the face of a bodyguard agency, which also employs a number of guards whe have worked for various secret agencies around the world, including the CIA and KGB. Vallery heads the team, which also features a martial arts expert and computer hacker who use their skills to try and protect celebrities and the rich and powerful. Despite the many skills of the rest of her team Vallery is often the member of the agency who solves a case and brings criminals to justice through accidentaly solving each mystery. V.I.P was initially famous at the time of its release for the large number of guest stars who appeared as those being guarded by Vallery and her team; which included wrestler Steve Austin, chat show host Jay Leno and Jerry Springer. An American German co-production V.I.P. was shown around the world and was nominated for a number of Emmy's in the U.S.

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Dude, Where's My Party?
16. Dude, Where's My Party?
February 23, 2002
Val and Maxine agree to help test security at a new FBI facility, unaware they are being used as decoys to trap a dangerous terrorist gang.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Val
10. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Val
November 24, 2001
Johnny's return to action films is marred by the unexpected appearance of an old Hong Kong nemesis.
The Uncle From V.A.L.
9. The Uncle From V.A.L.
 
An Inuit shaman cheats her people in a land deal, and Val's uncle uncovers the plot. Will VIP help?
Clarissa Dickson Wright
8. Clarissa Dickson Wright
August 29, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to Clarissa Dickson Wright of the Two ...
The Uncle From V.A.L.
7. The Uncle From V.A.L.
November 3, 2001
Val's Uncle Ned gets caught up in a scheme to sell valuable land that belongs to a Canadian Inuit tribe.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Val
6. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Val
 
Wanna-be actor Johnny must rescue the hot daughter of a Tong leader, or wind up dead.
Tam the Gun
5. Tam the Gun
August 22, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to Tam the Gun who fires the one o'clo...
Christine Davis
4. Christine Davis
August 21, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to Christine Davis who is a member of ...
Reverend Tilly Wilson
3. Reverend Tilly Wilson
August 20, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to the Reverend Tilly Wilson about her...
Len Murray
2. Len Murray
August 19, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to top lawyer Len Murray, who has prov...
Sandy McDonald
1. Sandy McDonald
August 18, 1997
On today's episode of VIP, Cathy MacDonald chats to Right Reverend Sandy McDonald about...
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V.I.P. is an American action drama that uses elements of comedy to ridicule the public persona of main star, former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson. The show was created by J.F. Lawton for his own Lawton Entertainment company; Lawton found fame in Hollywood as the writer of movies, including Pretty Woman and Under Siege. Four seasons of V.I.P. were produced from 1998 to 2002 consisting of 88 episodes all starring Pamela Anderson as Vallery Irons.

V.I.P. opens with Vallery Irons, played by Pamela Anderson living a normal life until she saves a celebrity from death and finds herself a minor celebrity in her own right. Because of her new found fame Vallery is offered a job as the face of a bodyguard agency, which also employs a number of guards whe have worked for various secret agencies around the world, including the CIA and KGB. Vallery heads the team, which also features a martial arts expert and computer hacker who use their skills to try and protect celebrities and the rich and powerful. Despite the many skills of the rest of her team Vallery is often the member of the agency who solves a case and brings criminals to justice through accidentaly solving each mystery.

V.I.P was initially famous at the time of its release for the large number of guest stars who appeared as those being guarded by Vallery and her team; which included wrestler Steve Austin, chat show host Jay Leno and Jerry Springer. An American German co-production V.I.P. was shown around the world and was nominated for a number of Emmy's in the U.S.

V.I.P. is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on October 11, 1994.

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V.I.P. is available for streaming on the TNN website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch V.I.P. on demand at FuboTV, Crackle and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 11, 1994
  • IMDB Rating
    4.1  (4,414)