Television

Are You a Wife Who Lives in a House? Do You Want to Be on TV?

Are you real?

Okay, we’re not going to say that a certain reality show that Tim Rogers once recapped is casting in Dallas. But we will say that a certain reality show with a title that includes the words “real” and “of” is casting in Dallas. Do you follow? These are just rumors you see, and we really don’t want to be telling tales.

But if you forced our hand, we would say that a cast which includes the inventor of pink food for colorblind animals is expanding. Allegedly! We also want to make something clear: no one is getting replaced here, so everyone can relax about that. This is just what we hear!

Here’s what we will say for sure. A casting agent is looking for “outgoing, exciting, strong, focused women… who want to share their lives.” Women who are “lively and energetic, with defined opinions and views.” They’re looking for someone who’s “involved with the community, has a strong work ethic, and an active social calendar.” Most importantly, this woman should be “enjoying the good life.” Read: wealthy.

After all, the women that come from the sort of reality show we may or may not be alluding to have started countless businesses; empires even. Sometimes, they run inexplicably popular restaurants, or score decent roles on Broadway and a Ryan Murphy show. Standouts might inspire not one but two SNL skits. And the book deals seem to come as often as the prerequisite ghost writers can whip them up.

So if you, or someone you know, happens to fit those aforementioned descriptions, feel free to reach out to Alex Shaw at [email protected] with your name, a little bit about yourself, where you live, a current photo, and a contact number.

You didn’t hear it from us.

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Comments

  • Jen

    Hey, I’m a wife who lives in a house. With my wife. And while I can’t imagine my wife would like to have cameras following us around all day, I can honestly say that they would capture such exciting footage that the entire audience would probably fall right asleep.