Big Screen Highlights

Catch Chattanooga on the Big Screen

The camera has been loving Chattanooga just AS much as we do! Recently, film crews from nationally recognized television shows have been filming in our city to feature our wild outdoor adventures, delicious cuisine, and some of the must-dos in the Scenic City. Be sure to catch the upcoming shows airing in 2023.

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

Samantha Brown was in Chattanooga this spring to produce a new episode as part of the sixth season of her popular PBS series “Places to Love.” During her visit, she climbed the side of a building at High Point; explored behind the scenes at the Tennessee Aquarium; learned all about the history and world-wide impact of the towing industry at the International Towing and Recovery Museum; tasted “fish so good it will smack you” at Uncle Larry’s Restaurant; and maneuvered the high-tech Swincar with Adventure Sports Innovation at Reflection Riding and Nature Center. The Chattanooga episode will air in 2023 and you will get to see how much fun she had experiencing Chattanooga!

Samantha Brown and TV crew stand under big CHATTANOOGA sign at the Chattanooga Choo Choo

Photo Credit: Candace Litchfield

B&O and Ford Bronco Sport National Ad Campaign

Chattanooga is featured in the newest national ad campaign that launched this spring for the built-in Bang & Olufsen (B&O) Sound System in the Ford Bronco Sport. The commercial was filmed by local production company Pathfinder Films; features local recording artist Swayyvo’s single “Zone; and highlights Chattanooga’s great outdoors. Iconic locations seen in the video include Harrison Bay State Park, Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center, Walnut Street Bridge, Ross’s Landing, Tennessee Aquarium, Market Street Bridge, and Enterprise South.

RV There Yet?

Show hosts Kevin and Patrice McCabe parked their RV at the beautiful Harrison Bay State Park to produce an upcoming episode for season two of RV There Yet?, a Discovery Channel travel reality show exploring America’s National parks. While filming in Chattanooga, they toured Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center in an eco-friendly electric Swincar, enjoyed live music from local artist, Rick Rushing, at the Songbirds Guitar and Pop Culture Museum, and experienced “America’s Most Amazing Mile” on the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway. Be sure to catch the upcoming episode to see what else they explored while in the city.

RV There Yet crew stand behind electric swincar at Reflection Riding

Photo Credit: David Sharits Photography

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