Chattanoogaville is a new reality series that is currently in the production process. Chattanoogaville focuses on conservative politics versus liberal beliefs and was created by Melanie Tipton, who is from Chattanooga.
The name "Chattanoogaville" is a made up name to represent the people that live in small towns through out the United States that feel like the U.S. government doesn't care or hear them. The Chattanoogaville cast members are the voice of small town America.
Chattanoogaville is not about Chattanooga but the TV show will be based out of Chattanooga and Collegedale.
Camera crews follow the small town America patriots, who stand up to the U.S. government and investigate issues that are affecting America in a negative way, officials said.
Chattanoogaville is a Tea Party TV Show to help change the perceptions and myths about the conservative movement in America.
Chattanoogaville and Courage, New Hampshire will be marketing the conservative TV shows together. Courage, New Hampshire is the chronicle of a shire town on the western border of New Hampshire. In those days, the inn keeper was often the justice of the peace as well, and neighborly disputes were moderated at the local public house or tavern. Starting with the winter of 1770, the show will be telling the seasonal story of the events of the era, as seen from a country town distant from the colonial capitals. Each new season of this decade, will take the audience on the road to revolution, along with the citizens of Courage.
Chattanoogaville's newest cast member is Jim Labriola. Mr. Labriola is a stand up comedian, travels with the Tea Party Express and he will be doing his comedy act for Sean Hannity's Freedom Concerts. Mr. Labriola played Benny on ABC's hit show Home Improvement with Tim Allen for five years and went on to guest star in various other network sitcoms. He also appeared in Disney's movie The Santa Clause. Mr. Labriola has been making several television network appearances with Fox News, while appearing on Sean Hannity, Huckabee and Red Eye.
James Mellinger is the Chattanoogaville TV show consultant. Mr. Mellinger graduated from Carson Newman and owns the number ONE Republican fundraising company in the nation.
Lloyd Marcus is a Chattanoogaville cast member, black conservative, chairman of the Campaign To Defeat Obama, Tea Party Express spokesman, and singer and song writer of the Tea Party Anthem.
Judson Phillips is a Chattanoogaville cast member. Mr. Phillips is the founder and CEO of the Tea Party Nation.
Robbie Wade is a Chattanoogaville cast member. Mr. Wade lives in Chattanooga and his brother is singer and song writer Roger Alan Wade and his cousin is Johnny Knoxville from MTV's Jackass. Roger Alan Wade's music is on Jackass and he is the voice of the the Classic Country radio station in Chattanooga.
Jeff Joslin is a Chattanoogaville cast member. Mr. Joslin played quarterback for the Tennessee Vols - got hurt and transferred to Carson Newman and played quarterback. Mr. Joslin is an actor and is the movie that's currently out in theaters "Madea's Witness Protection" - he plays Tyler Perry's boss in the movie.
Kevin Hargis is a Chattanoogaville cast member. Mr. Hargis lives in Chattanooga and is involved with the Republican party in Chattanooga.
A person that is helping behind the scenes of Chattanoogaville is Steve Hantler. Mr. Hantler is Bernie Marcus' legal advisor and right hand man for politics. Bernie Marcus is the co-founder of Home Depot.
Some of the video photographers that are being used to follow the Chattanoogaville TV Show and video tape cast members are Southern University grads from Collegedale, Michael Bell and Nick Evenson.