Are you looking to leave your reality behind for REALITY? Well, here's your opportunity - Netflix has just launched casting website which it will use to find talent for upcoming reality shows, such as the just-announced ROARING TWENTIES.

Interested wannabe participants can sign up at - but know that this is focused more on US, UK, and Canadian reality shows. Maybe next time, Byron baes.

And what is Roaring Twenties? It's described as "a coming-of-age story of eight twenty-somethings who set out to find success in life and love in the liberal outpost and home to SXSW." So, y'know - The Real World but in 2021. Fresh.

Netflix Launches Major Reality Casting Call & Orders ‘Roaring Twenties’ Series
Netflix is looking to find a raft of new reality stars with a major casting call. The streamer has launched as it searches for new contestants across its slew of unscripted serie…

Getting honest with Matt Stone

SOUTH PARK co-creator Matt Stone just signed (along with partner Trey Parker) a $900 million deal to make more episodes of South Park and 14 movies for ViacomCBS. The deal is ViacomCBS' effort to boost the content offering on it's streamer Paramount+.

This week Stone gave a very honest interview with Bloomberg. Here are a few of my favourite quotes from his very honest interview:

Do you worry at all about “cancel culture”?
No. As you can see from this deal, we have ‘f--k you’ money now.
What’s the biggest change in your life now that you have all this money?
We’ve been rich for a long time. We have nice houses and cars. Even this giant deal won’t change my day-to-day. I’m not going to buy a new watch.
Do you have a favorite streaming service?
I haven’t watched a lot of Paramount+, but looking at the ads, it looks okay.
‘South Park’ Co-Creator Matt Stone on his $900 Million Deal
“We’re not anxious to end the show. But someday we will sell that interest.”

TeeVee Snacks

  • More casting for Netflix's upcoming WEDNESDAY TV series (based on an adult version of THE ADDAMS FAMILY character) has Catherine Zeta-Jones playing Morticia Addams. Read: /Film
  • The Sony Pictures acquisition of anime streamer Crunchyroll has closed for $1.2 billion. Read: Deadline
  • Vince Vaughn is set to star in an Apple TV drama BAD MONKEYy. Read: TV Line
  • DEAR WHITE PEOPLE creator Justin Simien has signed a three-year deal with Paramount, leaving Lionsgate which produced the Dear White People series. Read: THR

Trailer Park

Michael Keaton stars alongside Stanley Tucci and Amy Ryan in Netflix film WORTH from Sept 3.

An attorney learns a lesson in empathy when he is faced with the near-impossible task of determining how to compensate families who suffered incalculable losses as a result of the September 11th attacks in 2001. Based on true events.

Michael Keaton stars alongside Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Stuhlbarg in Hulu mini-series DOPESICK from Oct 13.

Dopesick examines how one company triggered the worst drug epidemic in American history. The series takes viewers to the epicenter of America’s struggle with opioid addiction, from the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma, to a distressed Virginia mining community, to the hallways of the DEA. The unsparing yet deeply human portraits of the various families affected by Oxycontin addiction and their intersecting stories hold up a mirror to this American tragedy, while shining a hopeful light on the heroes battling the craven corporate forces behind this national crisis.

Mike Flanagan's new Netflix horror series MIDNIGHT MASS debuts September 24.

From the producers of The Haunting of Hill House, MIDNIGHT MASS introduces Crockett Island, an isolated island community that experiences miraculous events - and frightening omens – following the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.

DOOM PATROL returns to HBO Max (and later on Netflix internationally) November 11.

AUSTRALIAN GANGSTER debuts soon on Seven.

LA FORTUNA debuts on AMC+ later this year.

AP BIO is back for a fourth season somehow from Sept 2 on Peacock.

What's next? Tomorrow.