Attention young, confident professionals with big personalities in Silicon Valley: Bravo wants you. The cable network known for its dramatic reality lineup is now casting for a "Silicon Valley Reality Show."
The NBC Universal-owned network has begun posting Craigslist advertisements soliciting successful professionals in their 20s to early 40s living in the Silicon Valley area.
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"Whether you're in law, business, technology, film, advertising, medical, culinary... any career goes, as long as you're living life in the fast lane, we want to hear from you," the ad reads.
"How about a hotshot lawyer, who works hard from 9-5 but parties even harder after dark? Maybe you just got your break working at one of the biggest internet companies burning through the late-night hours and partying in the even later ones? Or maybe you're a middle school teacher in a small suburb, but you have a secret wild side?"
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And while the show doesn't sound entirely tech-focused, Bravo does appear to be courting celebrity entrepreneurs. Casting Director Desiree Mandelbaum even pitched Digg creator Kevin Rose on the project via emal. Rose responded to the inquiry by tweeting, "yuck, please stay in LA."
Something tells us if this project comes to fruition, Bravo's show will be a bit more theatrical and melodramatic than Bloomberg's TechStars show.
Mashable has contacted Mandelbaum to learn more about the project. In the meantime, what should Bravo call its "Silicon Valley Reality Show?" Share your witty ideas in the comments. Or, better yet, tell us which web-celebs you would want to see on the show?
This story originally published on Mashable here.