Wednesday, April 11, 2012

National Casting Call for Expectant Moms & Dads for New Reality Show Abt Funny Side of Pregnancy


Doron Ofir Casting has just announced they are conducting a nationwide search for pregnant women with big personalities (think: loud and proud) and their dads-to-be significant others to share their stories while expecting. This is for an undisclosed major cable network.  Since I already have triplets, I'm not applying but some of you readers might be interested.
My triplets at about a month old
With all the reality series being produced these days it was only a matter of time before one about the wild and crazy side of awaiting the birth of a new child would be casting a new show. 

Having had four children within a year -- a son followed in quick succession by triplets -- I don't remember pregnancy as being particularly hilarious myself but it did have equal mountains of challenges and joys to work through. Honestly I can't begin to imagine what this show will be like. But suffice it to say that it will likely be quite interesting to watch the wacky follies of others going through something that many of us have gone through before them. In fact it's nearly as old as the world itself: the drama leading up to childbirth.

Doron Ofir, the Hollywood epic casting company behind Millionaire Matchmaker and Jersey Shore -- and self-described as being inspired by and contributing to the world of pop culture -- is looking for expectant mothers to lead them down the paths of their high maintenance and intriguing journeys of pregnancy. Ofir's credits also include many other reality show names you'll recognize: Tori & Dean: Storibook Wedding, Paris Hilton's My New BFF, Trading Spaces, Wife Swap and a bunch more.

If you've ever been pregnant yourself or been with someone who was/is you may know what this potentially means: A path that can sometimes be derailed by irrational episodes, demanding experiences and who knows what else. Ah what fun it is to be expecting, isn't it?

Says Ofir, "I think women are the most beautiful when pregnant, it's with respect and curiosity I chose to explore the madness behind the glow." 

According to the casting call news release I received, moms-to-be and their partners who appear to be between the ages of 21 and 35 and want to take part in this brand new docu-series can apply online at  If selected, the couple will receive an episodic stipend of $5,000.

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