The time has come for LGBTQ+ singles to find love on TV.
Ain't That Something Entertainment is a queer-founded production company that has worked extensively on reality shows for major cable networks. The company has cast people for shows like Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Real Housewives of Orange County, Below Deck Mediterranean, The Hills: New Beginnings, and Basketball Wives. Ain't That Something has also produced, developed, and sold numerous reality shows for channels like MTV, VH1, TLC, and Syfy, to name a few.
Now, the production company has opened a casting call for LGBTQ+ contestants interested in appearing on a dating show. The casting call shared on social media reads:
"Major production company and major cable network are casting LGBTQ+ singles for an epic and never-been-done-before dating series. We are looking for dynamic, open-minded, outspoken members of the LGBTQ+ community who are single and ready to find love."
Ain't That Something Entertainment founder Matthew Solomon has also shared an Instagram post for this casting call.
"It's time we find your soulmate!" he wrote, while including a rainbow emoji and a trans pride flag emoji.
The Instagram fan-page @bravohousewives, which has over 400,000+ followers, also re-posted the casting call to entice potential applicants. However, it's worth noting that this Instagram account is in no way officially affiliated with Bravo or with the Real Housewives franchise.
We can't wait to see what this latest LGBTQ+ dating show is all about. There have been several attempts in the past, but we're still waiting for a hit dating series for queer people!
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