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Getting Married? Want To Do It On TV?

We just got this in our mailbox and wanted to pass along to any soon-to-be wed couples:

This isn't the same old cable wedding show. Based on a succesful British docu-soap, this is a unique show that will capture the originality and essence of each ceremony and then further explore what it means to make a commitment in 2011.

Beginning on the day of the marriage event (we're hoping to feature as many different kinds of weddings/ceremonies possible) and finishing up exactly a year later, we will film couples periodically through their newlywed year. Timewise, you can expect that it will be a combination of timed intervals (say, every four months) and family events (holidays, births, etc.) and will probably be just a few days of shooting at a time.

Each episode will be one hour long and will feature the full year of two couples at a time and will be shown on a very popular major cable channel. The commitment is less that of time than it is of the ability to honestly and openly communicate about each other and the experience of this important first year through candid and open interviews. In order to get the best view of what gay marriage looks like today in the US we really need to find a diverse mix of stories and couples.

Which is why we need you! We are looking for all different types of couples, wedding events, locations and points of view. It is truly an opportunity to capture the hopes and dreams, the challenges and the resistance and successes that are involved in getting married in America at such a crucial time in history.


*At this stage we are simply talking to people about the day they have planned. By speaking to us, there is no commitment to taking part in the series and all calls are treated in confidence.

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