Thursday, January 10, 2008

HGTV series looking to profile home histories

The HGTV series “If Walls Could Talk” plans to visit Shreveport and the Ark-La-Tex to shoot stories about house mysteries. For the half-hour episodes, homeowners typically make intriguing discoveries about their home’s history. Over 200 episodes have aired during the eight-season run of the series.

“The homeowners have to find artifacts to support the story,” said show representative Jenna Friederich, “and it must related back to the history of the house.”The series plans to film in Shreveport and the surrounding two-hour radius in late February or early March. Friedrich said it was important for homeowners to contact her sooner than later to make certain each story gets proper consideration.

“If Walls Could Talk” is produced for HGTV by High Noon Entertainment of Denver, Colo.

Homeowners interested in getting on the show should contact Friederich at (303) 712-3146 or

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