November 29, 2011

TV TimeZ and Casting CallZ

WHAT SHOULD I WATCH TONIGHT?

Lifetime: America's Supernanny at 9p; One Born Every Minute at 10p
TLC: What Not To Wear at 9p & 10p
TNT: Mystery Movie Night at 9p
YES Network: Yankee Access at 9p
Oxygen: Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood at 10p
Investigation Discovery: Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda at 10p
ABC: Last Man Standing, Man Up!, The Middle [r], Body of Proof
CBS: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
CW: 90210, Ringer
FOX: Glee, New Girl, Raising Hope
NBC: The Biggest Loser, Parenthood


Daytime's newest show, The Revolution launches on ABC January 16 at 2p.  The one-hour daily talk show is hosted by a team of experts including; Ty Pennington, Tim Gunn, Harley Pasternak, Dr. Jennifer Ashton and Dr. Tiffanie David Henry.  Each week the show will follow one woman's personal journey over a five-month period.

This Thursday, Investigation Discovery opens a new series at 10p that explores the real-life ordeal of what happens when people are taken hostage in Hostage: Do or Die.  Hosted by skilled hostage negotiator Dominick Misino, the series profiles six stories from actual hostage survivors and the negotiators who saved them. 

Casting Call:  O'Connor Casting Company seeks Americans with Norwegian ancestry to participate in the third season of Norway's top reality television series The Great Norway Adventure (aka Alt for Norge).  Even with a little bit of Norwegian blood, if selected you could travel to Norway and compete in exciting extreme cultural challenges to discover your roots while competing for $50,000 and at the same time meet Norwegian relatives you didn't know existed.  For more information and to download an application, please visit: www. oconnorcasting.tv/castingboard. Questions can be directed to: castingnorway@gmail.com .

Casting Call:  WattsUProductions is casting for three different projects: The first is seeking a judge for a new daytime pilot show.  The show will consider former DA's and Prosecutors as well as dynamic attorneys to try cases on television.  Candidates must be based in New York or be willing to travel to New York for the pilot.  The second project is looking for female detectives, private investigators, police officers who are online/internet predator experts as well as young women who have posted too much information on their Facebook page. The third project is seeking gay couples who are having a baby through a surrogate or adoption.  For any of these three projects, please email your information and a picture to: swatt68@yahoo.com

Casting Call:  An elite cable network and an Emmy Award-winning production company are casting women who are searching for their long-lost biological sisters for a new series titled Forever Sisters.  Charismatic adoptees who desire a reunion with their sisters should consider applying for this heart-felt, positive series.  If you have been wondering about where your sister is and/or have either recently starting searching for her or have been looking for years, please send an email immediately to: ForeverSistersCasting@gmail.com and include your name, contact number and email, the city/state where you live, photos of you and a brief story about you and your sister.