CBS Announces Open Casting for New Reality Series THE JOB
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CBS announced today that casting has begun on its midseason reality competition series THE JOB. The series, produced by Emmy Award winners Michael Davies ("Who Wants to be a Millionaire") and Mark Burnett (SURVIVOR, "The Voice"), gives candidates selected from around the country a chance to win dynamic positions with potential for enormous growth at some of America's most iconic companies. Guided by Emmy Award nominee Lisa Ling ("The View"), the country's best and brightest compete in a compelling and challenging competition for a dream job at their dream company in industries such as fashion, game design, sports, travel and entertainment.
Interested applicants can apply at www.cbs.com/thejob, or by attending one of the open casting calls to be held in both New York and Los Angeles Saturday, Oct. 6 - Sunday, Oct. 7. Location and times for the open calls will be announced in the coming days at www.cbs.com/thejob. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and legally eligible to live and work in the United States.
THE JOB is produced by Embassy Row in association with Sony Pictures Television.
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