Production is underway on a new one-hour series, Hollywood Builders for DIY Network. The series takes a behind-the-scenes look at set builders working on films or television shows and how they put together ambitious designs. Show producers are still looking for projects to include in the series. If interested in featuring your film or TV show project currently in pre-production or production, contact Patrick Jager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lifetime Television seeks outgoing brides and grooms-to-be of all ages and ethnicities for a new series that explores their relationship and gives them a chance to really get to know each other. Participating couples will have the opportunity to win cash and prizes toward a deluxe wedding and honeymoon package.
To schedule an interview, send an email to email@example.com and include your names, information, and a brief description of your engagement (i.e. how you met, how long have you been together, why you are a good couple together, when are you getting married, etc.) as well as a recent photo. Submitted materials will become the property of the producers and will not be returned. Also, selected couples would need to available to travel to a remote location for filming up to five days.
Producers of The Real Housewives of New York City and SuperNanny are casting for a new show where teens can trade in their parents and go live with another family. Teens of all types and interests from techo-savvy to hippies, to slobs and surfers to affluent to liberal are encouraged to apply. Parents can even nominate their own teens for the show! Send an email to ZConiglio@shedmediaus.com and include the teen's name, age, phone numbers for the teen and their parents, email addresses, city and state where they live and a description of why the teen would like to live with another family and any other information regarding the teen candidate.