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8.27.2012

k-town producers casting asian americans for three new reality shows

So you've been watching K-Town. Don't lie, you've been watching it. No, shut up. I know you've seen it. So... maybe you're not Korean American, but you've been watching and wondering what it would be like to star in your very own reality show about young Asian Americans partying it up. Well...

The producers of K-Town have posted a casting call for three new reality shows. They're looking for "colorful, attractive and lively" individuals for shows set in the Vietnamese, Chinese, and Filipino communities within the greater Los Angeles area. Want to get in on this? Read on:
Casting Asian Americans for 3 new reality shows...

The producers of THE K-TOWN REALITY SHOW are looking for colorful, attractive, and lively Asian Americans to be cast into 3 different reality shows that will be set in the Vietnamese, Chinese, and Filipino communities within the greater Los Angeles area. These spin-offs will be launched by Electus, DIGA and HQ Productions, the companies that produced such hit shows like MTV’s THE HILLS and JERSEY SHORE, VH1’s MOB WIVES, and FASHION STAR on NBC.

We are looking for Vietnamese, Chinese, and Filipino individuals, both males and females, who are between the ages of 18 and 32 with strong personalities and unique life stories. You do not need to be currently residing in Los Angeles to apply.

Please send your headshots/photos and a cover letter with a brief description about yourself to asianrealityshow@gmail.com. Be sure to specify which of the three shows you want to be a part of and explain why you think you’ll be a great candidate. Include basic contact information such as name, age, phone number, email, current residence, and any other bits of interesting information that’ll set you apart from everyone else.
Hey, we can't all be Jeremy Lins.

For better or for worse, this is what passes for popular culture... and we have a place in it, somehow. Yes, you could be the next star to throw a drink in someone's face. On camera! To watch K-Town, check out the LOUD channel on YouTube. For further updates, follow the K-Town Facebook page here.