Want a second season of Showtime’s Polyamory?…Or to be IN it?

Can you see yourself in this 30 second show reel for next season? 

     We are seeking friends and lovers to join us in the next chapter of this adventure! Though, Showtime has not made any decisions yet, we are hoping they order an hour long show so we can feature more families, the more faces, the better it is for people to see that poly comes in many shapes and sizes. 
 
     Big Thanks to my friends and fans who took the time to write Showtime (at Sho.com) to let them know that you want to see us again for more episodes next season.
 
      Below is a letter by my Director Natalia who is looking for poly families who’d like to be interviewed to appear in a possible second season. If you and your lovers feel you could convey a positive message about our lifestyle, I highly recommend you take the leap and contact me or my Director, Natalia!
 

Hello community,

This is Natalia, creator/director of Showtime’sPolyamory: Married & Dating. Thank you all for your amazing support with the show, it means the world to me.

I’m reaching out in hopes of speaking with poly families interested in possibly sharing their story with me. I’m looking for polyamorous families that are charismatic, healthy, active; can be unmarried but practicing poly (don’t all have to live together); bisexuality is welcome in both male and female partners; and are open to sharing all aspects of their love lives. Families in Canada are welcome as well.

As I think you have seen, I am a person of integrity and my intent is to portray polyamorists as loving, mature adults who are capable of carrying on multiple loving relationships in a world that has programmed us for monogamy. I’ve had so many people reach out to me, mono people struggling in their relationships telling me the show changed their lives for the better. Despite what Dr. Drew said, I believe 100% that Polyamory is a sustainable way of living — and I would like to continue the pro-Polyamory conversation in the mainstream.

If you are interested in speaking with me, I would love to hear from you. Please email me at natstertv@yahoo.com. Thanks again, much love to everyone, I look forward to speaking with some of you!

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About Kamala Devi

Kamala Devi is a nationally recognized speaker, author, mentor and polyamory activist who created the Beyond Monogamy program to help open minded people liberate their love lives. She has been successfully navigating open relationships for over 15, in an open marriage for 10 years and is the mother of a beautiful 6 year old boy. Her family stars in Showtime’s hit docu-series, Polyamory: Married & Dating. Kamala Devi has recently been featured on Ricki Lake, Dr. Drew, Tyra Banks and the award winning documentary, Sex Magic. Kamala Devi is the founder of Tantra Palooza, San Diego Tantra Theater and Poly-Palooza. Her mission is to awaken healers, teachers and visionaries to becoming love leaders. http://www.KamalaDevi.com

3 thoughts on “Want a second season of Showtime’s Polyamory?…Or to be IN it?

  1. Hey, we are huge fans. We are a poly couple in the Bible belt. We are very open and hoping others look at us as role models. We would love to be part of season 2. Marshall is a high school coach and she is a popular dj on 2 different radio stations. We are attractive and a fun couple. Please look for us.

    here is a link to our facebooks

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/marshall.d.leonard

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/Kat.Leonard.84?fref=ts

    Thanks…
    marshall and kat leonard

  2. Any updates on if a Season 2 is coming ?? This is such a beautiful show, and one that is definitely needed to get the message out that Polyamory can be healthy & fulfilling. Hugs for you all ! :) xo

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