Channel Nine Extends Casting Call For Travel Guides Season Four


Is your passport ready? Channel Nine extends cast for Travel Guides season four










Want to travel the world for free and appear on prime-time TV?

Well, dust your bags as Channel Nine has announced that it has extended its casting deadline for Travel Guides season four.

As reported by 9Honey Travel on Tuesday, the deadline for submitting applications has been extended to Sunday April 28 at midnight.

Is your passport ready? Channel Nine has extended its casting for season four of Travel Guides. Pictured: The Fren family

The network has already received 11,000 applications for the fourth season of Travel Guide, which is expected to begin production later this year.

A positive attitude and a fun, down-to-earth approach will help impress growers, according to an industry source.

Travel Guides star Stacey Wilburn told 9Honey that honest and “bubbly” people are a great fit for the show.

Pack your bags!  The network has already received 11,000 applications for the fourth season of Travel Guide, which is expected to begin production later this year.

Pack your bags! The network has already received 11,000 applications for the fourth season of Travel Guide, which is expected to begin production later this year.

“Don’t laugh at your candidacy, be real and honest with yourself,” she said.

“And remember that you will be traveling and living in each other’s pockets, so you want to have a really good relationship with the people you are traveling with.”

Travel Guides have proven popular with viewers and even managed to beat My Kitchen Rules in the leaderboards earlier this month.

There is still time to apply!  As reported by 9Honey Travel on Tuesday, the deadline for submitting applications has been extended to Sunday April 28 at midnight.

There is still time to apply! As reported by 9Honey Travel on Tuesday, the deadline for submitting applications has been extended to Sunday April 28 at midnight.

On Tuesday April 2, Travel Guides aired at 8:40 pm, but managed to attract an impressive 870,000 viewers to the metro.

In contrast, My Kitchen Rules had an audience of 832,000 on the subway despite starting at 7:30 p.m.

To request travel guides, go to My Casting Net.

Tip: A positive attitude and a fun, down-to-earth approach will help impress producers

Tip: A positive attitude and a fun, down-to-earth approach will help impress producers


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