An American reality TV show is looking for expats who want to reveal the secrets of life on the Costa del Sol and help who wants to life there to find their perfect home in the province.
HGTV, which reaches over 40 million households in the US and accessible in 70 countries, is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, “a leading developer of engaging lifestyle content in the home, food and travel categories for television, the internet and emerging platforms”.
Mediterranean Life, by satellite TV channel, HGTV is lifting the lid on life on life on the coast and currently casting for a new series – similar to House Hunters International. Every episode tells a different story with different people, also featuring their estate agents who are helping them buy or rent a property.
The website says: “We are looking for energetic individuals, couples and families who are passionate about their search for a new home or vacation property in Mediterranean Europe".
“We’re always on the lookout for upbeat personalities and interesting stories.”
The focus is on expats from the UK, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and will be broadcast to Americans and later to the rest of the world.
Barbara Kaczmarczyk who heads up casting for the show said the aim of Mediterranean Life is to encourage others to make the move: “We hope to show that everyone can make a courageous decision and move from their homeland to the place from their dreams – to rest, to live in a better climate, to work, or just to start a new life in a different environment,” she told the Olive Press.
“The Costa del Sol is one of the places that are considered as a paradise.”
Filming is set to begin on March 12 and if you’re interested then email firstname.lastname@example.org with all your details.