Locally produced “Colors of Paradise” to premiere Monday


(PBS) – PBS Guam KGTF Channel 12 announces the premiere of Colors of Paradise, a local lifestyle TV program that features people, places, food and events on Guam.

The series is hosted by Aria Gumataotao (formerly known as Aria Perez-Theisen and
Miss Guam World 2015).

Jonathan Rai Sablan, who joined the PBS Guam team in January of 2018 as producer,
is the director of Colors of Paradise. He previously directed, produced and wrote two
local CAHA grant-awared documentaries Belembaotuyan in the Modern Age (2014) and
Guam & Technology (2010).

The eight-episode series premieres on Monday, May 14 at 6:00 PM on PBS Guam
KGTF Channel 12 with repeat broadcasts on Saturday May 19 at 8:00 PM and Sunday,
May 20 at 6:30 PM.

The 30-minute pilot episode will feature Holi Festival of Colors, Malesso Crab Festival,
Pastries In Paradise, local filmmaking group, Mighty Island, Valley of the Latte
Adventure Park, Miss Universe Guam Myana Welch, UFC mixed martial artist Frank
“The Crank” Camacho and more.

For more information on Colors of Paradise or other PBS programming series and
schedule, visit www.pbsguam.org or call 671-734-5483.