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An Opportunity for Potential Television Work

Two Cats Productions is developing several new TV series in the real estate/property space for a major cable network and are looking for outstanding talent to star in the shows. TwoCatsTV is an Emmy Award-winning nonfiction production company in NYC.  They seek people in two spaces specifically:

REMODELERS/CONTRACTORS/DESIGNERS

HOUSE/PROPERTY FLIPPERS

(Additionally, the network has asked to find a woman who works in these areas herself.) 

 

We hope to find those dynamic, incredible personalities to develop these new TV series. Is this you, or  someone you know? If so, please do not be shy and reach out!

Here are more details:

1) Remodelers/Contractors/Designers who build and/or design and/or remodel. This is the gold standard TV show that will never go away. It starts with a property that needs work.  At the end of the episode, there is a gorgeous reveal of a new space that you remodeled. Do you do design work? Do you know an amazing contractor? Do you do the work yourself or work with a team? A friend? A Spouse? Or perhaps you are connected to someone in this business.

2) Flippers. Do you flip properties? Do you know any flippers? There is a huge need in cable TV for a show about great flippers. Whether you have flipped a few properties or a hundred, we want to hear from you – or that someone you know.

A TV show can lead to huge amounts of new business, and anyone in the show can get paid to be on TV. It is a win-win for everyone.

If you are interested or know someone who is, please email right away at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All emails will be seen and reviewed. This is 100% real and if you are on the fence about reaching out, please jump over and send us a note.

Thanks and looking forward!

Diana Robinson, Director of Development

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