Monthly Archives: November 2017

Alternative Marriage Web Series for Lifetime TV

A new web series for Lifetime Television exploring positive, non-traditional ways of experiencing marriage and committed relationships.

We are looking for women whose relationships fall outside of the stereotypical box – examples include open marriages, polyamorous (‘throuples’, ‘quadruples’ or any combo), group marriages, committed asexual relationships or perhaps a committed couple who simply choose to live apart.  We are very interested in any committed relationship that breaks free of traditional boundaries and can open our minds about what a marriage and relationship can be.

This series is not just about sex. It is about the evolution of committed relationships.

Casting for all ages, ethnicities. Must be willing to be interviewed and speak on camera (please note – not everyone in the arrangement needs to be filmed).

Please submit a short explanation as to why you think your current relationship(s) (and/or past ones) would be good for our series.

Feel free to include – what (if anything) wasn’t working for you in a traditional marriage paradigm and how your current relationship has changed your life/relationship with your partner(s). Please include photos and best contact information.

Email: Realpeoplecastingusa(AT)

Pay: $1000 buyout per story/episode


Casting: Girls 9-17 for A&E/Lifetime Industrial

Girls 9-17, all ethnicities, non actors/ non-union.   Great personalities.

No scripts.  Girls will simply be interviewed.  Must be comfortable in front of camera and willing to chat with interviewers.

Casting sessions – Tuesday / Wed  Nov 14/15 – NYC

Shoot – Saturday Nov 20th NYC.

Industrial/ one year on website

$400 buyout

Girls must be either have valid NY State working permit or be eligible to get one.  NY STATE CHILD WORKING PERMIT INFO

Parents must have or  be willing to open a Coogan Trust Account for payment.  (These are easily opened at any bank)


Please submit photos, contact information,  whether you have valid working papers/ coogan acct, and why you think we should consider your child for the project.