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Casting Call for Reality Show about Middle-Class Issues in D.C.

A reality TV show journeyed to Philadelphia to "highlight the daily struggles, triumphs, and real issues of middle-class Americans," and now the producers have made their way to the District to do the same. The docu-series, called Where We Live, is specifically looking for "diverse, middle-class neighbors pursuing the American Dream," as worded on the casting call. The producers for the show have also created Child Genius and America's Supernanny. For those who crave the limelight, here is the casting call for the new TV series:

Do you live in a building where your neighbors have become your extended family? Are you the owner/manager of a brownstone where the tenants are larger-than-life characters who interact with each other?

We're looking for urban families and diverse residents from the surrounding areas of Philadelphia, Memphis, and D.C. living in the same apartment complexes, condos, bungalows, co-ops, communities, brownstones, four-plexes, and walk-ups for an exciting new series about life in the city. This new multicultural project will highlight the daily struggles, triumphs, and real issues of middle-class America. If you live in a place where it takes a village and your neighbors act like one big crazy family, then please contact us ASAP.

Submit your name, age, phone number, email, location, and photos of yourself, and your home to:
· Casting Call for Reality Show About Neighbors in Philly [Curbed Philly]