Monday, November 30, 2015

'Survivor' auditions to be held in A.C.

Hard as it might be to believe, there are still people who've never volunteered to be stranded with a bunch of scheming malcontents on "Survivor," now in its 206th season on CBS.

'Survivor' auditions to be held in A.C.


Hard as it might be to believe, there are still people who've never volunteered to be stranded with a bunch of scheming malcontents on  "Survivor," now in its 206th season on CBS.

OK, maybe it's 207th. I lost count a while back. (Actually, it's the 24th. But I had to look it up.)

If you're one of them and you think the prospect of a $1 million prize is well worth being filmed eating yukky things and arguing with people whose greatest ambition is to be the next Rob Mariano (who's virtually made a career out of appearing on CBS "reality" shows), then you have yet another opportunity to apply.

CBS 3 will be holding auditions for the show at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on Saturday, April 28, from noon to 3 p.m.

"CBS 3 staff will assist candidates with the application process at the casting call and shoot their audition videos which will be sent directly to the show’s casting department," says the station.

"Candidates should be interesting personalities, strong-willed, outgoing, adventurous, physically and mentally adept and adaptable to new environments.  Applicants must be 18 years or older, and a U.S. citizen living in the U.S. For details and application forms, go to"

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