Want To Be on TV?

April 13, 2011 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

The World’s Strictest ParentsTwentyTwenty Television, producers of the hit show, The World’s Strictest Parents is coming to the U.S in April to find a family for their upcoming season. Disaboom has been asked to help in the search to find a family that fits specific criteria. Several families will be interviewed by the producers of the show and one lucky family will be selected.

Here is what they are looking for:

  • One parent must have a visible disability, but living forward, with a positive attitude.
  • The family must have teenage children, who are well-adjusted and grounded.
  • The family must embrace traditional family values.

“The World’s Strictest Parents” which is now going into its fourth season, documents the journey of two unruly teens from different families as they are forced to adapt to the rules and regulations of very strict host parents. Living under different standards from their families back home, the misbehaving teens will be subject to punishment for breaking rules and skipping chores while the strict parents attempt to mend their ways. Each segment chronicles a week in the life of the family.

The producers of the TV show will be in the States in April. Shooting will begin in June, and the segment will air on the British Broadcast Channel in the fall. It will be shown in the U.S. in 2012.

To view segments of the BBC series go to http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bbc+world%27s+strictest+parents&aq=0

If you are interested in being interviewed for the show, please sign-in @ disaboomlive.com and follow the discussion thread: The World’s Strictest Parents.

Credit to Disaboom, Inc.


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