WWE casting NXT pilot … for Kids?

By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor


WWE is planning an NXT pilot show centered on kids.

According to a casting call on Backstage.com, WWE is “casting a pilot for a new wrestling show aimed at kids.”

WWE is looking for kids to be the stars of the show, casting males and females between the ages of 7 and 14.

The description reads: “Must be personable, lively, quick on their feet and a good talker. Kids should have an understanding/familiarity with WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment programming. Kids will be acting as announcers/backstage interviewers/presenters.”

The show is scheduled to be filmed monthly on Thursday nights at Full Sail University. WWE is looking for kid actors from the Orlando area.

[ Full Audition Details at Backstage.com . Thanks to Dominic. ]

1 Comment on WWE casting NXT pilot … for Kids?

  1. “Kids should have an understanding/familiarity with WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment programming.”
    Funny. They say that WWE doesn’t “stand for anything”. Yet when they’re casting kids they revert to using it, I bet, so the that the little applicants and their manager/parents know that this is a show about “wrestling”.

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