Al Roker Entertainment thinks it must be hard out there for a Charleston lady, and they want to develop a reality show highlighting just that. The new TV show wants to examine the skewed ratio of women to men in the Holy City, and they’re casting single men and women between the ages of 18 and 24 to do so.
“We want the show to develop organically,” says Sarah Devereux, a development and casting associate from Al Roker Entertainment. And she’s already spoken to two fiery young ladies who are pretty fed up. The casting info we received asks the hard questions, like “If you’re a man, is it hard to justify seeing one person? Have you become a player just because you can?” And “If you’re a woman, do you and your girlfriends just give up? Or do you step up your game to compete? Are you super hot, but single because guys won’t settle down?”
Devereux clued us in on what the show is looking for too. “We want everything. We want hot people, vain people as well as the average person struggling to find love.” The show won’t be a dating show, but more of a fly on the wall program that follows the cast through the trials and tribulations of dating in the Chuck.
If that sounds up your alley, send an email with a bio, photos, and dating site links, and let the producers know what it’s like to date in Charleston to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line “single.”