Each week, one cast member will be eliminated until one man and one
woman are considered "Tough Enough," with each earning a one-year,
\$250,000 WWE contract. Chris Jericho will be joined by a panel of
experts comprised of WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan, WWE Diva Paige and WWE
Superstar This Miz and throughout the competition, the contestants will
be trained by WWE Legends Booker T, Billy Gunn and Lita.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: None minutes
WWE Tough Enough - Jessie Ward - Netflix
Jessie Lynn Whitney (née Ward; born December 16, 1979) is an American
television producer and retired professional wrestler.
WWE Tough Enough - Television production career - Netflix
Ward enrolled at Emerson College majoring in their visual media arts
program with a concentration in television/video. While in school, Ward
briefly worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as an assistant
director in September 2004 and returned to TNA on a full-time basis in
July 2005 when she began working under head director David Sahadi. She
stayed with TNA until May 2007, graduating cum laude that same year.
Ward produced an independent film, Thumbnail, in late 2007. She joined
Powderhouse Productions in June 2008 producing shows such as The Works
on The History Channel, Mega Engineering and Best in the Business on The
Discovery Channel, Extreme Bathrooms] and Extreme Houseboats on Travel
Channel, Masters of Innovation on Plum TV, as well as the Animal Planet
programs Dogs 101, Cats 101, America's Cutest Dog, America's Cutest Cat,
Dogs vs Cats and Must Love Cats. In November 2011, Ward left Powderhouse
Productions and became a full-time freelance television producer. Since
then, her credits have included Cajun Pawn Stars, North Woods Law, Big
Brother and a plethora of other television programming.
WWE Tough Enough - References - Netflix