Are You Male, With a Job in Finance or Economics, and Want to Get on a "Wilderness Experience" TV Show?
Then today is your lucky day. Here’s a request we received from friends at a TV production company:
We’re casting the first season of Enter the Wild, an inspiring documentary series for a major cable network. In the show, a diverse group of real people takes an outdoor survival course taught by one of the country’s most acclaimed wilderness experts.
It’s not a competition show. It’s not Survivor. The series will follow participants as they engage in a fully immersive, three-week course. Our hope is that everyone will walk away not only with life-saving skills, but a new perspective on their lives and their relationship with nature.
We’d love to include a the point of view of a male with a work background in financial markets or economics in this wilderness experience. You can apply or get more information at our website.
A “casting treatment” from the company gives further information about the types of characters they are looking for. If I were a young anthropology researcher, I would be all over this thing — for what it says about the people who make, watch, and appear on modern TV. Here are a few of my favorites: