No, this isn’t a rerun story.
You may be remembering how back in August our family was approached by a casting director to be on a TV show on NBC, called The Family Project; which sounds like a modified version of ABC’s Wife Swap.
Now, in a completely different story, it is also true that our family was approached last week by a casting director to be on a different upcoming TV show to be filmed in Nashville; this one will be called The Parenting Project, on the Lifetime Network, which is actually affiliated with Disney.
From what I can tell, The Parenting Project is also another variation of Wife Swap.
After reaching out to me on my Twitter account, the casting director and executive productive had a Skype meeting with my wife and me.
They really liked the fact we are a vegan/vegetarian family; no other family they were considered fit that rare demographic.
Ultimately, they were looking for a family with an older child.
And really, we’re not eager as a family to broadcast ourselves on reality TV. Granted, one of my life goals is to pay off our house early, so I’m always willing to consider a pitch if the money is there…
I always feel it is an honor to be approached for something like this. It indicates that I am doing something right here on my blog; Family Friendly Daddy Blog.
Because they found me. I didn’t go looking for them.
If nothing else, I can always appreciate that I’ve made new contacts in the entertainment industry thanks to these two recent pitches from major networks.
I believe the world is ready for the newest version of Mister Roger’s Neighborhood.
And I’m it.
That’s why I’m so diligent to keep writing, filming, producing, and publishing new webisodes of all original material.
I believe Uncle Nick’s Enchanted Forest demonstrates my talents and abilities as an actor, writer, musician, and adventurist and is able to captivate the attention and inspire the imaginations of children.
If you haven’t seen Uncle Nick’s Enchanted Forest yet, here’s your opportunity.
One day, my show will take off.
Until then, I will keep building my online resume, which is this blog, and perhaps more importantly, my YouTube channel.