‘Real Housewives’ not coming to San Diego

By Claire Harlin

The TV show “Real Housewives” is not coming to San Diego, despite the slew of news reports that claim it is. However, Asylum Entertainment and a major cable network are seeking upscale, affluent women in the San Diego area for a not-yet-titled housewives show, casting director Alex Shaw said on Jan. 17.

“Many people are printing ‘Real Housewives,’” said Shaw in an email. “Not true.”

Asylum Entertainment, which produces television, film, commercials and music, is looking for “outgoing, exciting, strong, focused women who reside in and around the San Diego area,” according to the company.

“We are looking for women who are lively and energetic, with defined opinions and views,” the production company shared in a statement. “Our featured women should have busy lives, be involved with the community, have a strong work ethic and an active social calendar. Most importantly, they should be enjoying the good life.”

The women, significant others and families must be open to sharing their experience with producers and a TV audience. Those interested can email their name, age, bio, place of residence, contact information and current photos to alex@alexshaw.tv.

Asylum Entertainment is the company behind the A&E special, “Gangsters: America’s Most Evil,” the TLC and Discovery Health show “Addicted,” and HGTV’s “Natural Born Sellers.” For more information, visit www.asylument.com.

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