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Lifetime’s “Army Wives” looking for paid extras as filming resumes in Charleston

A lighting crew sets up for an "Army Wives" shoot in 2008. (Wade Spees/Staff/File)

Lifetime television series “Army Wives” is seeking paid extras as it prepares to begin taping in the Charleston area for its seventh season.

Production is scheduled to begin in mid-December and end in May.

The show is asking men, women and children of all ages and ethnicities who are interested to register at www.extrassignup.com.

The show is requesting two digital photos from each person – a head-and-shoulders close-up and a full-body shot.

Anyone who already has registered can update their contact information and photos.

“Charleston has been a great place to film and we are excited to be here for Season 7. We thank you for your continued support and hospitality” said Ashli Bogart, the show’s extras casting director.

Editor’s note: Earlier versions of this story contained an incorrect link. The correct link is www.extrassignup.com.

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