The Reality TV casting tips and strategies posted are not going to help you get cast on Reality TV.
The Podcast episodes are not going to help you get cast on Reality TV.
UNLESS you understand these two things…
#1 It’s Not About The Process
Every Reality TV show has a different casting process.
Sometimes you have a phone interview, then a face to face interview, and finally you will be flown somewhere for a Final interview.
Sometimes you fly right away to a Final interview.
AND sometimes you don’t do ANY of these things.
The point is: every Reality TV show’s casting process is DIFFERENT and always EVOLVING.
Which means one thing: there is nothing you can do about how the process works.
What you can do is gain knowledge to help prepare yourself for the interviews no matter what order they happen in.
Don’t expect something to happen and don’t worry about “what’s next.”
Spend your time focused on how you are going to perform in your interview and the stories you are going to tell.
#2 You Need To Make A Decision
Either you want to get on a Reality TV show, or you don’t. It’s that simple.
Time after time I will get an e-mail from someone who is frustrated after applying for a Reality TV show and didn’t get a call back.
More often than not they swear they will never try out for another Reality TV show again.
I understand your frustration, it IS tough getting rejected. It is even tougher putting yourself out there to be rejected multiple times!
But if you QUIT applying for a Reality TV show that is your decision, no one else’s.
To someone who quits I would ask them, “I guess you really didn’t want it that bad, huh?”
Either you’re willing to do what it takes to get on Reality TV or you’re not.
Don’t bother applying, unless you are ALL IN.
Stop reading right now unless you are ALL IN.
If you decide you’re all in, there is hope for you.
Now you have to go out and do something about it.
Not sure what to do?
Do any ONE of these things this week:
- Go to an Open Casting call for a Reality TV show in your area (even if you don’t want to be on it) and gain some casting experience.
- Use your cell phone camera, or FlipCam and record yourself telling your casting story. Watch it. See what looks boring and shoot it again with more energy. Watch it again. Shoot it again.
- Find another way to improve your casting game – read one of the articles, preview How A Normal Guy Got Cast On Reality TV, and most importantly TAKE ACTION on it.
I’m glad you finished reading this article, now go do something about it.