Reality TV Auditions Canada

10/27/2010

Casting “Till Debt Do Us Part” Baby and Home editions

Slice TV Casting Call

Til Debt Do Us Part: Baby Edition
Til Debt Do Us Part is back, and this time, host Gail Vaz-Oxlade focuses on families who are struggling financially due to the recent or impending arrival of a new bundle of joy and are facing a conflict when it comes to managing their money.

With her take-charge approach, financial expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade will help parents navigate the minefield of the first year of baby’s life and learn to give up their short term indulgences to build a safe and secure future for their children. Couples that qualify may earn up to $5000 for their participation.

Specifically, we are seeking those who have a newborn one year old or under, or who are expecting their baby before December, 2010, and whose debt is attributable to:

Expensive fertility treatments
Multiples
An unexpected pregnancy
Having two babies that are born within one year of each other
SAHM’s (stay-at-home-moms) Gone Wild at the mall
Dads who’ve lost their job while mom is still on maternity leave
Expecting or new single moms who are going it alone
Adoption
To apply, please download an application at www.themoneytest.com and email the application and a photo of you and your family to franticfilmscasting@gmail.com.

Til Debt Do Us Part: Home Edition
Home ownership is one of the biggest and potentially rewarding financial commitments that a couple can make, but there are thousands of homeowners who are now questioning their decisions and financial expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade is here to help.

TDDUP: Homes Edition focuses on couples and families who are struggling financially with the challenges of home ownership and facing a conflict when it comes to managing their money while keeping a roof over their heads. Couples that qualify may earn up to $5000 for their participation.

Specifically, we are seeking couples that own a house or townhouse (sorry, no apartment-style condos) and are drowning in debt because:

You put the entire down payment on credit
You undertook major renovations that you couldn’t afford
You consolidated consumer debt into the mortgage, over-extended on Home Equity lines of credit or took out a 2nd mortgage
You didn’t budget for repairs and now you can’t afford to fix a home emergency
You bought a home way out of your price range in order to live in a desirable neighbourhood and are struggling to keep it
You got caught in a bidding war
You spent a fortune on décor, appliances or furniture
One of you lost their job and now you can’t pay the mortgage
You placed a partial deposit on a new home and risk losing it because you can’t come up with the rest
You bought when rates were low and are now facing losing your home due to spiraling interest rates
To apply, please download an application at www.themoneytest.com and email the application and a photo of you and your family to franticfilmscasting@gmail.com.

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