Tuesday, April 14, 2009

MTV's "The Real World" Coming to the DMV

An open job posting for a production accountant in D.C. is creating buzz that MTV Networks could soon be filming 20-somethings stumbling around Adams Morgan for its next installation of “The Real World.”

“A major reality television production company” says it is looking to fill the job, according to an ad it posted on entertainmentcareers.net March 31. The Hollywood-esque D.C.-based job -- sandwiched between Culver City, Calif. and Miami postings -- begins April 15 and lasts for 22 to 26 weeks, says the description.

According to the New York Post, the ad was placed by Bunim/Murray Productions, the creators of the hit reality series that just wrapped up airing its 21st season set in Brooklyn.
The show makes stops in different cities around the world to follow a group of diverse co-eds living under the same roof for a few months.

The production company name is no longer listed on the job search site and is identified as confidential.

An already-filmed reality show in D.C. called Blonde Charity Mafia, starring three socialites fluttering around the city, is set to air this summer on the CW after being dropped by Lifetime.

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