PHOENIX - Valley restaurant owners notorious for their behavior on reality TV have turned to social media to recruit for their own new show.
Amy’s Baking Company first appeared on Gordon Ramsey’s “Kitchen Nightmare” where the owners, Amy and Sam Bouzaglo, were seen swearing at customers, employees and each other.
A post last week on their Facebook page puts out a call for “servers and bussers for the upcoming filming of our Reality TV show!”
In May, Radar Online reported that Cineflex wanted to develop a show around their restaurant and bad behavior.
Anyone who’s interested is asked to email a resume and headshot or current photo.
Facebook is where the Bouzaglos originally defended their restaurant and that post received thousands of comments.
This new post has over 1,500 comments since it was put up last week.
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