It does not follow the conventions we areused to seeing in a ”reality” show.I understand that this is presumptuous, and I assure you I mean no disrespect, but I did want to reach out to inquire if you may be interested in learning more about the show and passing along our casting notice to your readers. I would love the opportunity to tell you more about the project. If you personally know someone that you think would be great for an amazing experience as this please have the email me with their contact information, a recent photo and a short paragraph about themselves.For Rachel, it’s a chance to show life goes on after tragedy. Join Rachel for a special viewing of the premier of “3” from 7 p.m. “For the people that are in my same situation, it takes a lot of guts and a lot of strength to be ready to move on and not feel guilty about it,” she says. Her husband, Kit, died of brain cancer two years ago.“One of the biggest things I say is I don’t want someone to fill Kit’s shoes. Her late husband was “just an amazing person, an amazing man, an amazing husband, an amazing father,” she adds.I assure you I would not be reaching out if I thought this show would in any way trivialize or exploit anyone’s situation, but rather, we are interested in featuring the journey of a widow in the hopes of inspiring women who also find themselves in a similar position.I have had the pleasure of seeing the first season of the original show (from Israel) and I can say with much confidence that this show is unlike anything a US audience has seen.
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We are currently casting a new documentary style relationship series for CBS, and while researching, I stumbled upon your website.
Our show is entitled “Three” and it is a series that chronicles three different woman as they search for love.
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