Are you a young person who is obsessed with a certain book, comic, or video game? MTVís True Life is looking for young people who are die-hard fans of certain brands, characters, or fantasy series.
Are you obsessed with comic books, anime, fantasy, or manga? Do you like to dress up as your favorite character and attend conventions with other fans? Have you ever waited in line overnight for a book, movie, or videogame release? Do you have tattoos depicting your favorite brand or characters? Have you ever missed work, school, or other important events to engage in role-playing or cosplay? Are you misunderstood by your family or significant other because of it? Do you aspire to author your own graphic novel or comic series despite your parentsí disapproval?
If you appear to be between the ages of 16 and 28, and want to share the story of your fantasy obsession, email MTV at email@example.com with all of the details. Be sure to include your name, location, phone number and a photo, if possible.
Tell MTV why you need to be seen and heard. This is your chance to let others see what your life is all about!
UPDATE: MTV's True Life is still looking for fanboys per the post above. If you're interested, MTV has sent over a new contact e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as the following information below on the show:
"About the Series:
"True Life" is a documentary series that's been on MTV for more than 10 years. It chronicles the stories of young people in all kinds of situations, from global and political issues like war and natural disaster to issues of personal struggle like mental illness and family matters.
"True Life" is not a reality show. Our producers follow strict ethical guidelines and carefully avoid influencing our subjects' stories. It is also not a news show Ė there is no host, reporter, or narrator. We allow our subjects to tell their own stories in their own voices.
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