They were able to complete production of the first two episodes; however, this ended when the Showtime president returned from his trip and found out about their actions.
Production stopped, Nicholle was fired and O'Brien hired to take over the lead role, taking over the role beginning with the third episode.
When it came time to cast the pivotal role of Lady Chatterley, a conflict arose between the President of Showtime Networks and the series creators who were supported by some of the lower-level executives at Showtime.
Many actresses tried out for the lead role with it coming down to two: Chloe Nicholle, a middle-level hardcore adult actress better known as Chloe with limited experience and even less name recognition in the B-movie/cable TV market; and Shauna O'Brien, January 1992 Penthouse Pet and a 10-year veteran of B-movies.
One day, Constance steps out to take a walk and pauses to tell Parkin (Jean-Louis Coulloc'h), the estate's groundskeeper, that the cook would like him to shoot a pheasant for the evening's meal.
Lady Constance Chatterley is married to the handicapped Sir Clifford Chatterley, who was wounded in the First World War.
When they move to his family's estate, Constance (Connie) meets ...
The Showtime president favored O'Brien because of her impressive qualifications and experience.
She also fit into his philosophy of the erotic cable series.
The show's name appears to be derived from Lady Chatterley's Lover, a controversial novel by D. These series also served as a virtual training ground and stable, continuous employment for many a B-actress in between their movie roles.