ITV is looking for Edinburgh parents and children for series 2 of My Mum Your Dad

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Hosted by Davina McCall, the hit ITV series will be kicking off auditions early in 2024

ITV is looking for Edinburgh parents and children to participate in the second season of hit TV show My Mum Your Dad.

Hosted by Davina McCall, the show sees a group of single parents nominated by grown up kids as they head to a luxury country retreat for a chance to find love later in life. As they get to know each other better in a romantic retreat for two-weeks, their children watch their every interaction from the nearby surveillance Bunker. The TV channel is now on the hunt for ‘dynamic parent and kid duos’ in Edinburgh with auditions to take place in the coming months.

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ITV are looking for Edinburgh participants for series two of My Mum Your Dad. Casting for the show is now openITV are looking for Edinburgh participants for series two of My Mum Your Dad. Casting for the show is now open
ITV are looking for Edinburgh participants for series two of My Mum Your Dad. Casting for the show is now open | ITV

Paul Mortimer, ITV’s director of reality and acquisitions, said: "The positive reaction to series one was unprecedented in my experience. From widower Roger finding new love, to the grown-up kids cringing in the Bunker as their parents dusted down their dating moves, this was a fresh and welcome take on TV matchmaking. I’m so pleased to be able to once again open the retreat to more single parents in 2024.”

For more information and to apply for the show you can visit the ITV website. The show will require the participation of a parent and their adult child and all participants must be 18 years of age or over. Casting for the programme is now open with auditions kicking off in early in 2024. 

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