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16-Jun-2017 02:41

Earlier this year it was announced that Apple was planning to launch its first original TV series about the “app economy.” Now, Apple has posted an open casting call for the unscripted reality series, which we now know is called Planet of the Apps.

The show is being co-produced with Propagate, a newly launched production company co-owned by Ben Silverman, best known for The Biggest Loser, and Howard T. Will.will also have a hand in producing Apple’s reality series, despite his not-so-positive comments about the Apple Watch.

Groups of single women and eligible bachelors headed to ABC’s studios on the Upper West Side Thursday for the chance to appear on “The Bachelor.” “I’m going to meet someone the natural way … ’ " Danielle Bhachu, 24, who resides on the Lower East Side, said.

Bhachu and nearly 100 other women were spotted entering the annual casting call decked out in standard "Bachelor"-appropriate attire -- 5-inch heels, wedges, false lashes, long curls and low-cut, hip-hugging dresses. “They’re all dressed as if they’re ready to kill,” said Rose Spiegel, 26, an Upper West Side native who showed up in sneakers and ripped jeans, hoping the casual look would help her stand out in what another hopeful called a "sea of blonde bimbos." While the 2016 casting call resulted in a three-hour line stretching down 66th Street, Thursday’s event appeared to have a much smaller turnout, as scattered showers brought the ladies to an indoor waiting room instead.

“Over 2 million apps are available on the App Store, with new apps published every day,” said Silverman and Owens, Co-CEOs of Propagate.

“Planet of the Apps will give app creators the chance to break through and share their ideas with the world.

Interested developers must have a functioning beta by October 21st.

Open casting calls will be held in partnership with Product Hunt in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, and New York over the coming months.

The hard-hitting interview questions ranged from "what's your favorite drink?

Finally, apps featured in the show will also receive prime placement in the App Store.

It’s unclear when the show will air and how it will air, but shooting is expected to begin later this year and run through the beginning of 2017 in Los Angeles.

The “Bachelor” franchise, now in its 21st season, has a loyal fan base ranging from teens to adults nearing 50, according to Nielsen. It’s horrible dating anywhere, honestly,” said Sherrilee Charlemagne, 30, from Cypress Hills, Queens.

While novel tell-alls and the Lifetime's scripted series "Un Real" indicate that the reality show is anything but real, women in their 20s and 30s still opt to find love in front of millions. “I’ve tried all the dating apps, so I’ll just try this. It can’t be worse than Tinder.” Charoemange and her friend Kaya Nelson, of Phoenix, Arizona, came to ABC together without realizing their audition opens the door for them to potentially date the same man.

The hard-hitting interview questions ranged from "what's your favorite drink?

Finally, apps featured in the show will also receive prime placement in the App Store.

It’s unclear when the show will air and how it will air, but shooting is expected to begin later this year and run through the beginning of 2017 in Los Angeles.

The “Bachelor” franchise, now in its 21st season, has a loyal fan base ranging from teens to adults nearing 50, according to Nielsen. It’s horrible dating anywhere, honestly,” said Sherrilee Charlemagne, 30, from Cypress Hills, Queens.

While novel tell-alls and the Lifetime's scripted series "Un Real" indicate that the reality show is anything but real, women in their 20s and 30s still opt to find love in front of millions. “I’ve tried all the dating apps, so I’ll just try this. It can’t be worse than Tinder.” Charoemange and her friend Kaya Nelson, of Phoenix, Arizona, came to ABC together without realizing their audition opens the door for them to potentially date the same man.

Propagate’s unscripted development slate includes “Lore,” based on the hit podcast and co-produced with Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Entertainment; “Unprotected” for Oxygen; “Evil Genius” for HISTORY; “My So-Called Simple Life” (working title) for FYI; a docu-series for Vivica A.