Netflix auditions Carrie Underwood for A&A, Netflix
The new Netflix series “A& ;A: The Audition” starring Carrie Underwoods, which premiered last week, is a comedy about a group of teenage girls who get their audition to be the first female to audition for a big-budget film, and it’s not the first time that the company has made the auditions for big-ticket projects.
“We had an audition for ‘Pixels,’ which I thought was fantastic, and then the audition for ‘The Jungle Book’ and ‘American Beauty,'” said the actress, who also stars in the upcoming Netflix documentary, “Pilot,” which premieres in theaters on September 13.
“But, ‘A&ad;A: Audition’ is such a different kind of audition.
It’s not just about the first girl to audition.
It is the first person to audition the first thing out of their mind, the first moment of their life, and they’re going to be totally overwhelmed with this opportunity, and their whole world will be changed.
They’re going from not having a voice to being the first to audition something.”
A&ad ;A has had several other female auditions on the books.
The first was for “Parenthood” last season, in which “the girls’ audition included an audition tape of a very different kind.
A & ;Ac;Audition” is available now on Netflix.