Attention Blended Families: Casting Call


Now Seeking Blended Families original link, from Pilgrim Studios.



Being a stepmother or stepfather isn’t easy, and trying to blend two families is even harder. That’s why the producers of Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Welcome to Sweetie Pies” and “Raising Whitely” want to help!

We are looking for single parents all across America who have fallen in love but have one major thing getting in the way of a perfect relationship: the relationship between their children! 

On this new show for a major cable network, our expert family counselor will travel to your home to help solve any family issues that you and your children might have.

It doesn’t matter if you’re married, dating or engaged or if your kids are 7 or 17. If your blended / stepfamily is having trouble because your kids don’t get along, this is your opportunity to get FREE, personalized expert counseling.

Contact us TODAY!

Send an email to with the following info:

  1. Your name and city/state
  2. Your phone number
  3. A recent photo of you and your family
  4. A brief description of why you want to be on this show

* To apply, parents must be legal residents of the United States and at least 18 years of age. For more information on the producers, please visit

Trish Eklund is taking a nontraditional approach to parenting children after divorce and remarriage. Raising her two daughters of twelve and fifteen with her husband, ex-husband, and his wife, they consult one another on all parenting decisions. Trish is the owner and founder of Family Fusion Community, and Abandoned, Forgotten, & Decayed. Trish has been featured on,, and, Follow her on Twitter: @trishiewriter, Google +, Pinterest, Instagram, and LinkedIn.


2 thoughts on “Attention Blended Families: Casting Call

  1. Fantastic! I am thrilled to see that a network is interested in portraying blended families. It is about time! Our voices deserve to be heard. Need to be heard! I feel like my book, Stepping into New Role, Stories from Stepmoms, is coming out at the right time, right when stepparents are beginning to be recognized. I am so excited for this to be happening. 🙂

    • I know! It seems like we are just on the verge of being recognized as the new “normal” family rather than the old way of thinking. But our family is still treated like we are aliens in lots of situations. Someday….

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