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'Wild Crime' on Hulu

With true crime either approaching or already at its peak popularity, Hulu and ABC News collaborated to drop a new true crime documentary last September called 'Wild Crime' which, according to ABC News, focused on the murder of Toni Henthorn in Rocky Mountain National Park. That's the actual premise of the series -- exploring true crime events in the National Park System across the country.

Last month, POPSUGAR actually named 'Wild Crime' one of the 22 best true crime documentaries on Hulu, just in time for Season 2 to start filming next week.

Hulu's 'Wild Crime' is filming in Portland, Maine next week

Starting this coming Monday, June 20, and lasting through the following Wednesday, June 29, filming for Season 2 will take place in one of the greatest cities in the country. The best part? YOU can actually be one of the stars of the show!

Kendall Cooper Casting is looking for legit locals, either to Portland or within driving distance of Portland, to be the faces and bodies of the recreation scenes in Season 2 of 'Wild Crime.' There won't be any spoken roles, but if you're a fan of a true crime, you know how often recreation scenes are shown on screen with a narrator speaking over them.

Which means some serious face time for you!


How to audition for 'Wild Crime'

Getting linked up with Kendall Cooper Casting to be part of filming is super easy, and the agency is literally looking for actors and actresses of all ages and most importantly -- LOCALS. They're looking for babies, kids ages 6-10, and teenagers. Also looking for people 18-24 years old to play high school students, people in anywhere from their 20s to their 40s to play park rangers, and people in their 50s, 60s, and/or 70s to play court room attendees.

Generally, actors will only be needed for one or two days, with each day being anywhere from an 8-12 hour commitment. And yes, you get paid for your time.

Details on how to apply to be part of the filming and what you'll need to provide to the agency is located on the Kendall Cooper Casting website. Break a leg! Can't wait to see you on the show!

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