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SA teens needed for an EVEN bossier season of Teenage Boss

Production is currently underway in South Australia for the third season of Teenage Boss, with the ABC and South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) on the hunt for young talent to be a part of Teenage Boss: Next Level.

Production is currently underway in South Australia for the third season of Teenage Boss, with the ABC and South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) on the hunt for young talent to be a part of Teenage Boss: Next Level.

Applications are only open to South Australian teens, and those aged between 15 and 17 years are encouraged to apply soon, as the competition is sure to be fierce.

Teenage Boss lovers can anticipate another captivating season offering a unique blend of entertainment, education, and insight into the dynamics of household finances. As seen in the first two seasons, the social experiment follows Australian teens as they take charge of their family’s finances for a whole month.

They are tasked with managing the household budget, making purchasing decisions, and dealing with unexpected expenses. The series aims to provide a unique perspective on financial responsibility and decision-making for young people.

Filming in SA once again, the new season of Teenage Boss is this time focused on older teens and introduces an exciting new host – television personality and entertainer Emma Watkins. Best known as a former member of the Wiggles, Emma’s ability to connect with young people will undoubtedly make the financial lessons more relatable and engaging.

Cutting through to youth in a way only Emma can, the show aims to instil valuable skills in financial management and responsible spending. It’s a refreshing approach to education that will resonate with audiences and leave a lasting impact on participants.

With the second season being filmed right here in South Australia, it offers opportunities for local creatives to contribute to the production. Having Colin Thrupp, an Adelaide Studios based creative as the co-executive producer further strengthens the connection to the local community and industry. It’s a testament to the richness of talent and resources available in SA’s filmmaking scene.

Emerging SA production office department crew are also invited to apply for a Production Office attachment as part of the series. Applications are open until April 18 through the SAFC’s Professional Crew Attachments program. It’s a chance for aspiring professionals to gain hands-on experience and learn from seasoned industry experts. With a paid nine-week attachment available running from 29 April to 28 June, it provides a structured learning environment under the guidance of an experienced Production Manager.

If you’re aged 15 to 17 years and want to show your family how things should be run, or if there is someone who comes to mind, applications for season three Teenage Boss: Next Level are open online now. Known for its blend of natural jeopardy and humour, the show creates an entertaining yet educational experience for its audience and with the addition of Emma Watkins as the host, the season is sure to reach new levels of bossy.

Apply now: https://go.mycastingnet.com/Apply/Show/ABCTeenShow

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