Pamela Anderson never has been one to cover up.
The pinup and former Baywatch star will star in a new series for E! about her life, love-wise and other, the network announced Monday.
Pamela is set for a summer debut. Billed not as a reality series but as a "docu-style series," the show is being produced by the makers of the acclaimed feature documentaries The Eyes of Tammy Faye and Inside Deep Throat.
"Pamela will be an artistically rich and visually stunning series," executive producer Randy Barbato said in a statement. "The series will offer an unprecedented look inside the life of one of today's most iconic superstars in the style of a uniquely shot documentary film."
While the series, as announced, promises to let viewers meet "the real woman behind the famous breasts," it will draw a big line, and will not feature her and ex-husband Tommy Lee's two children.
Certainly, Anderson's own life is nothing if not rife with material.
Late last Saturday night, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported the 40-year-old helped celebrate Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner's 82nd birthday by doing a dance for him while wearing a pair of high heels—and nothing else.
Anderson's career was launched in Playboy in 1989, when she landed the first of her record 12 covers. Her subsequent Hollywood run has seen her star in Home Improvement, V.I.P. and, most notably to beach-deprived viewers the world over, Baywatch.
With the launch of Pamela, Anderson will match Lee, the first of her three former husbands, in the summer job department.
Last week, it was announced that Lee will costar with Chris "Ludacris" Bridges in a new summertime competition series for Discovery's eco-minded Planet Green network.