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The fifth season of the critically acclaimed TrueSouth Offered by Yellawood debuts on Sunday, Sept. 11., kicking off in Kentucky and shining a lightweight in town of Tompkinsville. The sequence, now in its fifth season on SEC Community, revolves round two meals tales informed from one place, which TrueSouth units in dialog to make bigger factors about Southern beliefs and identities. Returning in season 5 is a particular bonus episode with behind-the-scenes content material and storytelling.
TrueSouth drives the rolling again roads of southern Kentucky, to gnaw pork shoulder steaks cooked over hickory fires and eat burgers fried in shallow oil. In Episode 18, we introduce viewers to a cultural microclimate that straddles the Kentucky-Tennessee line, the place outdated traditions thrive and grown males collect within the Monroe County Marble Membership Tremendous Dome to play critical video games of nice ability which can be compelling to observe and sophisticated to attain.
Two eating places anchor the episode:
- At R&S BBQ, Anita Hamilton Bartlett leads a household crew. Brother-in-law Tommy Moody lights the fireplace. Son Radford Graves stokes the pit. Daughter Samantha Smith works the entrance. A fierce love binds this household. And a peculiar sauce, stirred with a base of lard, bastes the pork that pilgrims to R&S crave.
- Simply down the road at Dovie’s, a Nineteen Thirties period burger joint, Renee Quick and an all-woman crew work the griddles. In honor of founder Dovie Moore, they put on skirts on the ground and broadcast form regard for his or her neighborhood. The ladies of Dovie’s tease. They sass. They outwork the lads on this onetime sawmill city.
Native music is endlessly necessary to our exhibits. For this episode of TrueSouth, we sampled bands throughout Kentucky, together with Swift Silver, the duo of Anna Kline and John Looney, and S.G. Goodman, a farmer’s daughter who makes music within the city of Murray.
Season 5 of TrueSouth begins in Tompkinsville, Ky. 4 extra episodes comply with. In October, we journey to Madisonville, Tenn. Come November, we’re in Jackson, Miss. This December, we land in Brunswick and St Simons Island, Ga. Be part of us in January for our second annual behind-the-scenes highway journey throughout the stomach of the SEC.
Advance press screeners of TrueSouth: Tompkinsville, Ky. can be found upon request: Amanda.D.Brooks@espn.com