Production Company Seeks Fort Bragg Families for Upcoming TV Series

Arrest warrants were issued last week for two Army soldiers serving at Fort Bragg, N.C. One of them is described as "the facilitator" in a sham-marriage conspiracy; the other soldier is a naturalized citizen from Ghana. (US Army photo)
Arrest warrants were issued last week for two Army soldiers serving at Fort Bragg, N.C. One of them is described as "the facilitator" in a sham-marriage conspiracy; the other soldier is a naturalized citizen from Ghana. (US Army photo)

A television production company is looking for women and families in the Fort Bragg area for an upcoming series with a major cable network.

Left/Right is based in New York and has produced reality and documentary programming for Lifetime, Showtime and A&E, among others.

Their past work includes "The Circus," "Women of Honor" and "Portraits from Ground Zero."

Officials with the company said they are working on a new docuseries "about the unsung heroines of the military community."

"We are seeking female service members, military spouses or caregivers who are interested in sharing their experience with a national audience," states a production announcement released by Left/Right. "We are interested in finding a diverse group of women who are willing to share their daily struggles, joys and sacrifices of being in an active-duty service family."

Officials did not specify which network would eventually air the program, but said they hoped to cover stories such as a first deployment, first military move and first baby.

Potential participants are asked to complete an online questionnaire at docs.google.com/forms/d/1jLPZnvgF_RpFdhWvOniOAL0uI7QpU8VuYUKCn03ls7o/edit (copy link and paste it into your browser.)

 

This article is written by Drew Brooks from The Fayetteville Observer, N.C. and was legally licensed via the Tribune Content Agency through the NewsCred publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to legal@newscred.com.

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