Pamela Anderson thinks the new mini-series about her '90s romance with Tommy Lee is a "joke."
A source told The Sun that the former Playboy model isn't remotely interested in the show.
"Pamela has no intention of watching this God awful show, absolutely not. Never," the source said. "She's never heard of the actors playing her or Tommy, and doesn't care to know them. She and her family think the show is a cheap knockoff. The whole thing is a joke to them."
Earlier this week, Lily James, who portrays Pam, and Sebastian Stan, who plays Tommy, released images from the set of the eight-show Hulu series.
"Pamela finds it amusing that this girl is getting so much attention for playing her," the source said. "Lily isn't a match for Pamela, doesn't even come close, nor does Sebastian Stan do justice to Tommy."
Seth Rogen also stars in the series as Rand Gauthier, the man who stole and sold Tommy and Pam's infamous sex tape. That part of the series is the most hurtful for the former "Baywatch" star.
"That whole thing was extremely traumatic for Pamela, it was one of the most difficult experiences of her life," the source said. "To have it dredged up for a TV show is pathetic. She won't want to be reminded about it."
Pam and Tommy, who married in 1995 and divorced in 1998, refused to be involved in the series after being asked by producers.
"Pamela has no problem being reminded about her relationship with Tommy – after all he's the father of her beloved boys," the friend continued, referring to Brandon, 24, and Dylan, 23. "Conversation about Tommy doesn't faze her, or even register, it's all in the past, water under the bridge."
"From her relationship with Tommy, came her joy — her boys. Pamela loves them deeply, and that's what matters to her," the pal added. "As far as she's concerned this cheap, tacky show will be a work of fiction. It will come and go and few will care."