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De Generes and NBC are producing a new, eight-episode, dating-reality show "First Dates" and the casting call for the East Coast (that includes Connecticut) has been announced. The show is looking for men and women from 18 to 65 and beyond. According to a promotional release, "a variety of production techniques are used to probe the questions of whether the two are clicking and whether there will be a second date." The show, the release explains, is designed to explore "all the simple wonder of a first date."Those applying to be on the show must be single, must be legal residents of the United States, never been convicted of a felony, nor be a candidate for public office. Questions you will have to answer as part of the application include "Break down your typical day from the moment you wake up till you call it a night," "What do people remember about you?
smash hit, also called "First Dates," the show follows a group of couples as they embark on first dates at the same restaurant.
" and "What is something we would not know about you just by looking at you?
"For the casting application and more information go to Speaking of TV…We were just getting to know him when former NBC CT president and general manager Ric Harris moved on earlier this month to be new president and general manager of NBC10 and Telemundo62, NBCUniversal owned stations in Philadelphia.
No formal word yet on who will replace him in Connecticut but the station's vice president of news, Matt Piacente, reports that while the wait is on for a new GM, "it's a team effort among all departments."And speaking of people who have come and gone, remember former FOX CT anchor Sarah French?
She found a new job and love when she headed to Boston a few years ago.
The now newlywed, who married former Red Sox pitcher Chris Carpenter five months ago, has been promoted to weekday morning co-anchor for WHDH-TV's "Today in New England."And on another TV note, who says the Emmy Awards are only for those guys?
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