Attention women of Louisville and surrounding areas! In about one week producers of "Women and Their Mothers-In-Law" will be in Louisville for a casting call. You read that right, a new reality show and they want to meet you!
Do you have a friend or family member that always comes to you for advice on how to get along better with her mother-in-law or daughter-in-law? If you want to help please nominate your friend or family member. They want to hear their story, document their journey and hopefully witness a change that lasts a lifetime!
From the producers of "Flipping Out" (Bravo), "Ace of Cakes" (Food) and "All on the Line" (Sundance) comes a new series that will feature the dynamics between mothers and their daughters-in-law! Authentic Entertainment is searching for married and soon-to-be daughters-in-law and their beloved mothers-in-law for a new show that will explore their relationship.
They want to hear your experience, whether it involves your engagement, wedding day, wacky comments and unwanted advice, or just every day-to-day scenarios. If you have interesting stories to share, they would love to hear them! Chosen candidates will be compensated.
Please send the following in formation to: email@example.com OR Call: 323-250-2278 (CAST)
City and State:
Describe the relationship between you and your mother-in-law:
Please attach a current photo of you and your mother-in-law
Photo credit: Authentic Entertainment
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