Friday, June 15, 2012

Production company seeks gay dads for reality show

Posted By on Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 4:28 PM

We know about the reality show that aspires to be the real-life Will & Grace, and now another series wanting to be the unscripted version of a show about hilarious gay people is in the works. World of Wonder Productions, the same production company behind Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys (the aforementioned Will & Grace-esque series), is working on a show called My Modern Family that wants to be — you guessed it — the reality TV version of the ABC hit Modern Family. And they're looking for gay dads!

But don't worry, the company won't make you into a stock character. Besides having a few LGBT-centric shows under its belt — besides GWLBWLB (such a mouthful), they've produced The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Becoming Chaz, RuPaul's Drag Race, Drag U and the HBO doc Don't Ask Don't Tell — World of Wonder says they will "handle [the subjects] with care and make sure that the gay movement is moving forward." The company also claims to be run by "a multitude of gay dads."

If you're interested, email realmodernfamilycasting@gmail.com with family photos, contact info and a description of your family, where you live and in which ways your life mirrors that depicted on the ABC show. In case you're not familiar with the show, you're gonna need: a sexy and funny (because of her crazy accent) Latin lady friend, Al Bundy and an adopted Vietnamese baby. You also better have funny stuff like this going down in your house on the regular:

Lesbian families, you're just going to have to wait until they make the real-life version of ... um ...

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