Monday, April 23, 2012

Reality TV Goes Off The Grid

Posted By on Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 12:23 PM


There's no rule that says just because you're living off the grid taming emus and stuff, you can't be ON TELEVISION. I mean, maybe you didn't kill your TV -- got it hooked up by satellite, dontcha know, and now you're willfully addicted to Modern Family, Jon Stewart, O'Reilly and all the cooking shows.

Maybe you didn't, actually, move deep into the woods to could get away from all that grotesque commercialism of the faux world that most of us inhabit and perhaps even embrace.

Or maybe you did. Whatever. Now's your chance to show off your superior living style -- or share it with us generously. Red Varden Studios has issued a casting call for participants in a reality show:

"We are now casting a large community, family or romantic couple that resides anywhere in the United States and lives OFF THE GRID."

Full text of the casting call below:

A television production company is now casting for a TV series that aims to highlight dynamic, unique, entertaining, communities/families/couples living off the grid.

If you, or a community, family or couple you know, are a modern day Swiss Family Robinson living off the grid, and are entertaining enough to captivate a national television audience…we want to hear from you!  Outgoing, dynamic, entertaining personalities are a must.

To be considered for the television series, please email us photographs of yourself and a description of each community/family/couple member.  Please tell us your story and why you would make for an entertaining national television reality series.  Include what city and state you live in and full contact information (name, number, email) via: [email protected].

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