Style Network looking for cluttered houses in Los Angeles for TV show ‘Clean House’


Style Network, a subsidiary of E! Networks, is currently looking for people who own cluttered houses in the greater Los Angeles area that would love to have a “Clean House” television show makeover. If this sounds like you, now is the time to contact the show’s casting department for consideration.

Clean House is an Emmy Award Winning single-camera 1-hour home makeover and interior design television show that first aired in 2003. The series has aired 9 seasons of programs on the Style Network. Hosted by Tempestt Bledsoe, the show brings a four person cleanup-and-renovation crew to the homes of families to clean up clutter.

“Clean House is executive produced and directed by Gina Rubinstein, who has developed, written and produced just about every type of reality show – documentary, magazine, unscripted, game, talk, relationship, how-to, clip, hidden-camera and specials. Name a topic and she’s got it under her belt – crime and mystery, paranormal phenomenon, home makeover, celebrity and lifestyle, social issues, travel, fashion and fitness.

Do you need help ridding your home of clutter? Are you having a hard time letting go of stuff you don’t need but just can’t seem to part with? Is your house in dire need of a makeover? If at least 3 rooms in your house are messy, then you need a clean house!

If you OWN a SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSE (sorry, no apartments, condos, or townhouses) and at least 2 adults live in your home, then please email the following info to the show’s casting producer and she will be in touch with more details:

• Names and relationships of EVERYONE living in the house (You must OWN the house).
• Address and phone number.
• Photos or video of all your cluttered rooms.
• Tell them about yourself and why you and your family need CLEAN HOUSE!!!
• Do you own or rent your house?
• For prompt attention, please answer ALL of the above questions!!

Email Rose Caraet, Casting Producer of “Clean House” at: [email protected]

Put CLEAN HOUSE LOS ANGELES SUBMISSION in the subject line of your email.

Production Companies:

Do NOT send materials to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the show, rather they hire casting personell who sort through the thousands of submissions.

Style Network
5750 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036

E! Entertainment Television
5750 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036

“Clean House” Casting Department

Los Angeles:

Rose Caraet
Casting Producer
“Clean House”
The Style Network
5750 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Annie Roberts
Casting Director
“Clean House”
c/o E! Entertainment Television
5750 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036


Gina Rubinstein
Lindsay Liles
Kim McKoy
John Carlo Zenone


Gina Rubinstein


Trish Suhr
Tempestt Bledsoe
Matt Iseman
Mark Brunetz


Each episode begins with a short montage introducing the subjects of the makeover. Tempestt Bledsoe guides family members through the process of letting go of things with the assistance of a “Yard Sale Diva,” comedic actress Trish Suhr; “Design Guru” Mark Brunetz; and the “Go-to-Guy,” handyman Matt Iseman. Bledsoe and her team negotiates and makes deals with family members in order to convince them to sell belongings. The excess belongings are sold at a yard sale to raise money for the makeover. The show’s production budget matches up to $1000 of the yard sale proceeds to be used on the makeover, and supplies all paint and labor. If the amount that is made is at most $1000, they double the proceeds they’ve made at the yard sale. Commercial breaks are often trailed with segments featuring quick interior design tips directed at the viewer.

About Comcast Entertainment Group 

Based in Los Angeles, Comcast Entertainment Group operates E! Entertainment Television, the 24-hour network with programming dedicated to the world of entertainment, and E! Online; The Style Network, the destination for women 18-49 with a passion for the best in relatable, inspiring and transformational lifestyle programming; and G4, offering the last word on gaming, technology, animation, interactivity and “geek culture” for the male 18-34 demo.