Author Topic: Amazing Race Producers Are Casting 18-23 Year Olds For A New Show  (Read 1458 times)

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Offline Plaidmoon

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The details are sketchy, but it could be a show similar to The Amazing Race.

http://forum.belmont.edu/muzzbuzz/2015/10/27/casting-opportunity-to-travel-next-summer-from-the-creators-and-executive-producers-of-the-amazing-race/

CASTING opportunity to travel next summer from the Creators and Executive Producers of The Amazing Race!

From the Creators and Executive Producers of The Amazing Race comes an all new television series that will give young adults an experience unlike any other! We are searching nationwide for young adults ready to embark on an all-expense paid adventure of a lifetime! Looking for all types of personalities, ages 18-23, that would love the opportunity to travel overseas!  See the flyer for all info.

You can get to the flyer on the page linked above. There is no deadline mentioned for applications, but this was posted to the Belmont forum 2 days ago. They are also asking about friends that might want to travel with the applicants.

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Re: Amazing Race Producers Are Casting 18-23 Year Olds For A New Show
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2015, 06:22:25 PM »
Amazingly AWESOME!!

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Re: Amazing Race Producers Are Casting 18-23 Year Olds For A New Show
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2015, 11:40:28 AM »
 :(  Unfortunately, it's nothing like TAR but more like the PBS show 'Roadtrip Nation'.  It's  a worldwide 'docu-series'.

Roadtrip Nation (PBS) link

Targeted to the 'Millennials'.  Sort of a 'Roadtrip Nation' wannabee on a global scale.  Not that 'Roadtrip Nation' is all that exciting (can't recall ever watching an episode all the way to the end).   :grins:

I guess the global locations would keep viewers interested, despite the casting.  Curious to see viewer reaction.

« Last Edit: November 04, 2015, 04:18:26 PM by Boingo »

 

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