America's Supernanny is casting families for the next season of the show, and is sending producers to the Alpharetta area to find them.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB) reports that the hit parenting series contacted them looking to cast families. The ACVB heads local efforts to bring film productions into Alpharetta and regularly receives inquiries from various entertainment companies considering the area for projects.
This upcoming season’s producers are searching for families with unique circumstances and challenges to cast on America's Supernanny. The challenges parents may be struggling with could include disrespectful behavior; “tween” and teen issues; mean girls or bullying boys; and blended families where both sides are seeking help.
Producers say the show's star, Deborah Tillman, has an extraordinary ability to identify and tackle the toughest issues facing America’s families today.
The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 30. For more information about how to apply or to recommend a family for the show, email the Georgia casting team headed by Robyn Kiyomi directly or call her at 323-904-4680. Include your name, phone number, city/state, number of children and why you need help in your email–or be prepared to answer those questions if you call.