Calling All Youth Wrestling Moms for a Docu Series!

Michele Weldon | July 11, 2011

Get ready for a closeup: Just got this query this morning, from casting producers looking to create a reality TV show on super moms. Naturally they thought wrestling moms would be a great piece of the equation.

You have to have a son or daughter in youth wrestling (not high school) to be considered. Contact information is below. Not kidding. Dang. Colin is a senior in high school.

NOW CASTING: “SUPERMOMS” FOR NEW CABLE SERIES!

Do you pride yourself in being heavily involved in your child’s activities? Do you feel that your children are gifted with superior abilities in sports and/or the performing arts? Are you, without question, your child’s biggest cheerleader? Will you go above and beyond to make sure that your child can achieve his or her dreams? Have you and your friends bonded over a shared passion for your children’s activities?

If this sounds like you, and you have elementary and/or middle school-aged children, we want to hear from you!
A new television docu-series is seeking a passionate, dynamic group of Moms that we can follow in their pursuit of their children’s excellence! Raising an exceptional kid is hard work, and this series aims to capture the ups and downs, the triumphs and the losses, and the camaraderie that passionate and extremely involved mothers of gifted children share. If you feel that other parents across the country would be inspired by you, your children and your circle of friends, please contact us!
For more information and to speak with a Casting Producer, please email areyouasupermom@gmail.com with your name, location, and a brief summary of your story. We look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you!

The Supermoms Team

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Comments (4)
  1. Read between the lines. The producers will make these moms look like obsessed and crazy women. Reality TV doesn’t highlight the good in people. Take “The Real Housewives of….” or “The Kardashians” or “The Jersey Shore”. Well maybe some of those people are nuts, but I think you’d have to be too to sign up for this.

  2. The producers spent time with 2 Oak Park moms in the summer of 2011. Lots of time. Interviewing on and off camera. Footage of activities with the kids. Then they said the show was edited and sent to the network. They would call back in 2 weeks. No call. The producers stopped taking phone calls as well.
    There are many similar stories going back a few years posted on other websites.

  3. I have 2 kids involved with youth wrestling at Union public school in Tulsa Oklahoma. My 12 yr old practices 2 times a day with a lift session in between regular practices and my 6 yr old has practice 3 times a week. Our weekends are full of tournaments. Union has a nationally ranked HS team and we start training and preparing at the 6 yr old level.

  4. how do we make a reality show for wrestling moms? Thee is Dance Moms, Soccer Moms. We wrestling moms are a whole different type of supporting sports parent. Just curious….


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