Cineplay Announces New Unscripted Series - "Cast Me"

Winner Of New CINEPLAY Series To Be Decided Totally Via Social Media
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NEW YORK - Dec. 3, 2017 - PRLog -- Internet TV Network, CINEPLAY, has officially begun production of its new unscripted reality series, CAST ME.  The show will follow 10 up and coming New York-based actors as they struggle to make it in the acting world while also trying to survive the high cost of living in New York City.

The uniqueness of the show is that all voting will be conducted via social media with no formal judges playing a role in the voting process. The winner of each season will receive the opportunity to be the series lead in one of CINEPLAY's original drama or comedy series as well as receiving other prizes from both CINEPLAY and other sponsors of the Show.

TalentRaters Magazine has joined on as one of the show's sponsors and will feature the winning actors in the magazine.

The show is open only to non-union actors based in the New York City area.  All actors submitting must have an active Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Fan page to be considered and must submit a self-tape introduction of themselves as to why they would be a great member of the cast.  Actors must be 18yo or over with no other age restrictions.

CAST ME will be the first new series being launched by CINEPLAY in 2018. Five other new series are currently in pre-production for release in 2018 as well as Season 3 of The Fever, which is currently in production.

Actors may submit through the CINEPLAY website from December 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017. at  The casting process for the show is actually part of the production.  All casting for the show will be handled through Poyzen Productions.

Actors May Submit at:

For Press and Sponsorship Inquiries, email:

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