My name is Alicia Arnold, I am a casting associate for a new docu-series and I wanted to share our casting information with you all. Our casting information is below but please feel free to contact me directly at mothersanddaughtersExpecting@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Now Casting: Pregnant Mothers Pregnant Daughters
Are you currently pregnant and your DAUGHTER is ALSO expecting?! If this is your unique situation, a major cable network wants to document your lives! This docu-series will follow the exciting and dramatic journey of a mother and daughter who are pregnant at the same time. We want to share the amazing, the challenging, the funny, and the complicated moments in both of your lives; from the pregnancy through childbirth and everything in between.
If both you and your daughter are outgoing and open to sharing your stories, please contact the casting team ASAP (our deadline is quickly approaching!) at: mothersanddaughtersExpecting@gmail.com.
Tell us why you should be part of this docu-series and explain what's going on in your lives since you've both become pregnant. Also be sure to include your phone number, email address, and city and state that you live in. Applicants should be 18 years of age or older.
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