Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Jim Ross Reveals First Film Project "6:05 on the SuperStation" / Facebook
An exciting new "feel good" film is coming from the makers of last years "Mid-Atlantic Memories", a new project that features Jim Ross as one of its producers. It's being called Ross's first film project.

Ross announced the project on his weekly podcast "The Ross Report" which is distributed by Podcast One.

The film project is called "6:05 on the SuperStation" and the initial information is that it will focus on the roughly 20-year period of time (the late 1960s through the late 1980s) that wrestling was a fixture on Saturday nights on Atlanta television station WTCG-17 that later became SuperStation WTBS.

The project will be fan-funded, in a similar fashion to "Mid-Atlantic Memories." There are lots of opportunities for giving at various levels, some of which will allow the contributor to spend time with Ross and others involved with the project at this years Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Legends Fanfest in Charlotte (Aug. 4-7.)

Full information can be found at and through links on their social media pages.