Washington Officially the Prettiest Dress in the Reality-TV Store
Looks as if MTV's creaky "Real World" -- the series that is now older than MTV's target audience -- is finally coming to explore the finer points of binge drinking in our fair city of Washington, D.C.
Word got out that the production house, Bunim-Murray, is staffing up with production assistants who are local and know the area. Well, actually what happened is intrepid Reporters Who Cover Television noticed Bunim-Murray had put the Washington-area PA-job postings on those Web sites that post casting calls and entertainment-industry job openings -- like EntertainmentCareers.Net. Don't bother looking now -- they've taken it down. An MTV rep, contacted for comment, had one of her staffers call back to issue their usual "If it's happening on MTV, it's news to us" statements.
We're sorry we don't sound more breathless about this "Real World" news, but we're still recovering from the excitement of Bravo's announcement that it's bringing "Real Housewives" to Washington, on the heels of CW's "Blonde Charity Mafia." Washington really has become the prettiest dress in the store, hasn't it?
Lisa de Moraes
May 29, 2009; 7:56 PM ET
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