Issues between in-laws are common; however, if these issues are caused by different cultural backgrounds, they can result to unhealthy family relationships. In-laws and extended families are one of the challenges of an interracial and intercultural marriage.
A major cable network show is producing a documentary show about “families that are having some sort of issues with their in-laws because of having a different cultural background. This documentary style show will try and help bridge the gap between in-laws.”
The casting producer, Joe Pinzone, is looking for couples, in-laws and families to cast on the show. Since it’s a documentary style, the crew will be following you and your in-laws around. You know, just like any documentary show is done.
If you’re interested, give me a note through my contact form and I’ll send you Joe’s contact information – email and phone number. Can’t wait to see you on the show!
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