HGTV Casting for People Who Want to Visit Their Childhood Home


HGTV Casting for People Who Want to Visit Their Childhood Home

Location: nationwide

Type: Reality TV

They say you can’t go home again, but we think you can! We’re now casting for people across the country who want to journey back to their childhood home to see what’s changed and what’s stayed the same.

Do you want to show your boyfriend where you had your first kiss? Show your kids the tiny bedroom you shared with your brother? Or travel back home with your sisters to see if the treasure you buried in the backyard is still there? Then we want to hear from you!

We are casting people who have not visited their childhood home since they moved out. People across the country are encouraged to apply.

To apply fill out the casting questionnaire at:

Payment: Other

City or Location of call: nationwide
Please submit to: See above by 2018-06-20

This casting notice was posted by: Boy Wonder Productions

5 thoughts on “HGTV Casting for People Who Want to Visit Their Childhood Home

  1. Janice Tatarka

    Unable to access the link for Visit Your Childhood Home. Can you assist me on this?

  2. Margaret Webb

    My childhood home is a bit different. My father was a mason and moved out to rural Wayland , New York from suburban East Rochester , New York. I was five and remember it vividly. He built a basement on a twenty acre land lot , that was half submerged in the ground with a concrete floor., while we lived in a tiny camper . We didn’t have running water for the first couple of years . And a half mile long drive way straight up a mountain. It was quite the challenge in the winter as one could imagine. We had an outhouse and a horse he bought me for my fifth birthday ! Yes , without running water ! My home until I was 13, never became more than a damp , basement made of concrete block , with a wood burning stove that kept us warm. We would boil Huge pots of water to have warm water to bathe ourselves. Ironically , It never bothered me that much -. Our home was on the edge of a rivene. My playground a thick forest , horse shoe pits , and dirt roads where I learned to drive an old standard Chevrolet pick up truck. We had an out house about 20 yards from our front door that we used until we had running water. I remember interesting quotes written from people who would visit us from Rochester. Snowstorms , that were so bad that we would have to put chains on my fathers truck tires and sometimes even those didn’t work. And we would walk up the driveway made of two ruts from the truck , in the freezing , windy , snow storm while carrying our groceries and water containers. The house , stayed quite cool in the summer as it was partly underground. It had two bedroom , one bathroom and an open kitchen living room plan.

  3. Keyty

    Yes! I would love to go back home and share with my husband the places where I lived during my childhood. I had very unique and interesting stories and It would be just fantastic to share. In a family of 5 kids I am the 3rd one. We are 2 sisters and 3 brothers. I am from Bogota, Colombia. I have been living in the USA for 10 years and have not been back since then.. I am a resident here in the USA. I am married to an American citizen to whom I met online almost 3 years ago. My story will sell and probably make me rich, too. lol …I mean it!

  4. Kenneth Colman

    want to be on the reality tv, going back Home.

  5. Deborah Yvette Singleton

    Do you have anything for people from Virginia and South Carolina I just moved from Virginia to Columbia SC and I’m very interested in doing any type of acting! I’m 5’6 198 lbs 50 years young (I don’t look 50) Brown eyes and short Brown hair (original hair color willing to change it) Single I’m dark and lovely! Hope to hear from you soon@ Thank you


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