September 9, 2009

TV TimeZ and Casting CallZ

Last night was a taste of Fall television with the season premiere of 90210 and a series premiere of Melrose Place. Sadly, I didn't get to watch either - since I was more entranced with More to Love. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Luke and want to date him myself. Luke, CALL ME!!!

TONIGHT: President Obama's Address to a joint session of Congress at 8pm. This will air live on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, Fox Business News, Fox News Channel and MSNBC. This is his last and final attempt to make us common-folk understand what he be saying 'bout that gosh darn healthcare reform.

Glee, one of the most hyped-up new comedy shows, will premiere tonight at 9pm on FOX
*Also set to premiere tonight are America's Next Top Model and So You Think You Can Dance, though we'll see what happens with scheduling because of President PrObama

Distillery Pictures seeks two hosts (one male, one female) for a new lifestyle makeover television series. Specific requirements for both positions include being between 25-35 years old, funny, attractive, with great personalities and improvisational and interpersonal talents. One host will ideally be more aggressive and confrontational (bad cop) while the other one is more empathetic and supportive (good cop). Both hosts will need to have the unique ability to dish it out and take it. The production company encourages stylists, life coaches and image consultants to apply and applicants can be individuals or in pairs working together. Send an email submission with name and contact number in the subject line, in addition to full contact info, a photo and brief history of experience to

KYW-TV (CBS3)/Philadelphia is hosting an open casting call looking for talented people to appear on the CBS soap As The World Turns. The casting call will be held at Boscov's in the Neshaminy Mall in Bensalem, PA on September 15 from 11a to 1p. A casting director will be on hand to videotape auditions. At least 10 people from the Philly area will be selected to appear in an episode taped on location in Philadelphia this October. Participants must be 18 years or older at the time of the auditions and eligible to work in the US. In addition, selected applicants must not currently be a candidate for public office and must agree to not become one until after the first broadcast of all programs in which the participants appear. Interested applicants must bring a completed application form, a signed release and waiver form, valid proof of ID and documentation showing eligibility for employment. Applications and other forms are available at