Save Me 2.0

I got a call back this week!

The first producer I pitched Save Me to contacted my agent this week and asked for a second meeting with himself and the president of his company.

Ill be heading to LA for the second pitch of Save Me the first week of February.

I plan to show them several of the audition videos that were sent in like this one sent in recently by Alex, an atheist who thinks people who believe in God need to be “saved” from their wrong beliefs.

If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines or have a friend whose been sitting please post or tell them to post their audition video here.

I want to have as many types of potential contestants as possible. Still looking for willing Mormons (hey why are you hiding I’ve seen you on billboards all over America) and Jehovah Witnesses and anyone else who is super serious about “saving people”

Help Me! if you know any young on-fire Christians who attend Regent University,Oral Roberts,Liberty University , Christ for The Nations or Bob Jones send them the link. Likewise conservative young Roman Catholics such as those who attend Ave Maria in Florida would be a good fit as well

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  2. Have you advertised on message boards? Hopefully there will be evangelistic people from plenty of other religions, too (although I understand that some religions don’t fit the category of thinking that they must convert others). Otherwise it seems like it could be in danger of being a slightly obnoxious fest of varying forms of what the public thinks of as “sects” of Christianity arguing with each other (and the atheist rep.). Most people would pay to *not* see that. While a lot of reality TV gets its entertainment value from the chemistry between nutty people, most viewers already are turned off by extremely evangelistic religious people and wouldn’t give the concept a chance, even if the actual show was entertaining. I’d think that’s why this hasn’t been done before. So I would hope this show would try to be something altogether different. I realize that if you chose only the most likable, reasonable people to rep each, it might not be hot-mess-enough to sell. So how about including 2 reps for each faith (or non-faith) to be a team? One as a reasonable character, and the other as a partner who’s more nutty/militaristic. That would be entertaining, b/c those two would possibly have a lot of interesting tension/drama, esp if they’re working as a team. It would be more realistic, too, and critics couldn’t say that it’s not fair that some faiths are represented better than others. How well they work together would also provide a lot of commentary on how their beliefs work out in real life relationships, no? I guess at the end of the day, the show would only be as compelling as the personalities of the people, so I hope that you call for more auditions. I cringe, though, at the thought that you seem to be actively recruiting at super fundamental colleges. Hopefully, though, none of your cast will have majorly unformed personal beliefs that will embarrass the people they represent…

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