Warner Bros. Television casting teen girls for upcoming pilot season TV shows


The VP of casting for Warner Bros. Television in New York is currently conducting general auditions for teen girls to contend for series regulars on various upcoming Warner Bros. Television pilots.

Warner Bros. Television produces and distributes TV for Warner Bros. Entertainment, which is owned by Time Warner. In addition to The CW Television Network, the studio often produces shows that are aired on various other networks.

Here is a partial list of upcoming Warner Bros. Television series pilots in development for 2011:

“I Hate My Teenage Daughter” – Primetime Emmy Award winning writer/producer Sherry Bilsing-Graham’s and Ellen Kreamer’s show about two women who now have daughters just like the girls who picked on them in high school. To air on FOX.

“Smothered” – Primetime Emmy Award winning writer/producers Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen’s show about a young couple who find themselves smothered by their two very different sets of parents whose only thing in common is that their children are married to each other. To air on ABC.

“Suburgatory” – Three time Primetime Emmy nominated producer Emily Kapnek’s single-camera comedy that is a satirical look at life in the suburbs and centers on a quintessentially New York City girl who moves to a cookie-cutter community only to discover that life in the suburbs is more frightening than any horror movie that she’s ever seen. To air on ABC.

“Little In Common” – From the producing team of Danielle Stokdyk, Jennifer Gwartz, and Dan Etheridge comes Rob Thomas’ show about three families whose lives have become intertwined through youth sports. To air on FOX.

Warner Bros. Television’s Vice President of Casting, Meg Simon, is specifically seeking the following:

• Females

• Teens ages 13 – 18

• Strikingly pretty

• Fantastic sense of humor

• Acting skills at level to be cast as series regulars

If you fit the above description, submit a headshot and resume along with either your contact information, or your talent agents contact information to:

Warner Bros. Television
VP of Casting – Meg Simon
1325 Avenue of the Americas
32nd Floor
New York, NY 10019.

Warner Bros. Television has also recently made a deal with Legendary Pictures to launch Legendary Television. Legendary Pictures is the company behind such hugely successful films as “The Hangover,” “Inception,” “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” “Superman Returns,” “Superman: Man of Steel,” “The Town,” among many more. Legendary Television is expected to develop broad projects with a focus on the same demographic as Legendary Pictures.