Lauren Sher, Casting Producer, with Major TV Network is currently casting a show entitled "Home Sweet Roam". She is currently looking for fun and dynamic fulltime RVers for their show. They will be documenting 3 or 4 characters who live a 'mobile life' and live in the unique state of being "free and open to the unpredictable road ahead." Filming will most likely take place over a 3 day period in mid-January. If you would be interested in participating or know of any interesting characters who you think should be in TV, please contact Lauren.
RV Owners: Major TV Network Wants to Hear Your Story! Major Cable TV network is currently seeking RV owners for an upcoming pilot. If you live in any type of home-on-wheels and love the open road, we want to hear from you! Seeking all personalities and lifestyles. Whether you have a unique story to tell, or have an RV like no other, please tell us a bit about yourself by emailing RVcastingUSA@gmail.com.
The production company behind this new TV show, Sharp Productions, produces over 45 current shows, including:
Here's what Sharp Entertainment has to say about their shows:
For over nine years Sharp Entertainment has produced fun, exciting, and informative programming for television’s hottest networks. Sharp Entertainment’s creativity and adaptability continues to invigorate each unique project with an unrivaled energy which has positioned the company as a leader in non-fiction television for years to come.
- Man vs. Food (Travel Channel)
- Extreme Couponing (TLC)
- Biography (Biography Channel)
- Buying & Selling: 20 Best Kept Secrets (HGTV)
- Fame & Recovery (A&E)
- Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America (Travel Channel)
- Property Wars (Discovery Channel)
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The cold snap this week has reminded me that it is in fact December, and while I love snow and cozying up by the fire, cold weather none the less leaves me dreaming of warmer climates.
My first thought is to head straight for a semi-tropic climate like Brownsville, TX. In Brownsville you can camp right on the beach as well as enjoy local activities like golfing on one of the many golf courses or fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. To enjoy the nature around you, visit the World Birding Center Resaca de la Palma State Park which features eight miles of trails on over 1,200 acres. If you want to do something in town, go experience the beautiful geometric statues at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art.
If you are in the mood to spend time in the great outdoors, Queen Valley, AZ is an adorable little town east of Phoenix, AZ where you can feel the cold melt away. Nestled in the mountains of Arizona, Queen Valley is filled with trails where you can truly enjoy the magnificence of the mountains. For a change in scenery, you could visit the Apache trail or the Phoenix Zoo, both a short drive away.
In Naples, FL, you can enjoy the Gulf coast any time of year! In Naples, everything is about the water. I love to go on everglade tours; some companies even offer manatee tours that promise, “If you don’t see a manatee, you don’t pay!” You can do almost anything ranging from airboat tours and kayaking, to sailing or just laying out on the beach.
My personal favorite is Palm Springs, CA. Not only are you surrounded by majestic mountains and rolling valleys, but you get the chance to experience some amazing adventures. Palm Springs has some of the most acclaimed mid-century modern architecture in the country. In February, they celebrate modernism week. Not only can you sign up to tour some of the most influential American architecture, but you also have the opportunity to go to a vintage trailer show. You can also go to one of the many scenic parks to enjoy the view or rent an ATV to race around the desert. The Living Desert Zoo represents the desert environments of North America and Africa and has a great variety of species. Visit the Palm Springs Air Museum, home of one of the world’s largest collections of WWII airplanes. The bottom line is that Palm Springs has a little bit for everyone!
Nothing represents winter more effectively than snowflakes and hot cocoa, but the warmth of Brownsville, Queen Valley, and Palm Springs will always continue to call me back!
Where is your favorite place to run to when with weather gets frigid?
Written by Samantha Derryberry, Guest Blogger