Nine-year-old Storm will host the show along with three other children chosen from the casting call, Fraley said.
"We're looking for a little girl about Savannah's age, a little boy her age or maybe a little older who is kind of a techno-geek, and we want an older boy around 14 who is like Mr. Cool, someone who's not afraid to be goofy but still wants to be cool at the same time," Fraley said. "We want to feature local kids and show their special talents and their goofy talents. When we started putting word out about the casting call we got responses from Texas, New Jersey, Ohio and all over the place, but we want it to be local kids."
Storm, who has been acting for several years, is originally from Nicholasville, but spent the last year in California acting. Earlier this year she decided she wanted to come back home and be a normal kid, Fraley said.
"We were in California about a year and a half and she worked with Disney and others, but she said she wanted to come back to Kentucky. She missed family I think, and just the feel of Kentucky," Fraley said.
After returning, Storm wanted to find some acting work in Kentucky.
During that search for acting jobs for Storm, Fraley said she came across a contest sponsored by the state of Kentucky for children to do Public Service Announcements for the state.
Storm's PSA is still in contention in the contest, with the winners being notified later in the year.
She also landed a small part in Unrequieted, part of which was filmed in Nicholasville, making it possible for her to meet one of her biggest idols, Michael Welch, which she said was quite an experience.
"He was really, really nice. He was a lot taller than he looked in the movies, much taller," Storm said. "He talked to me for about 15 minutes then walked over to mom and talked to her for about 45 minutes. I told her, "lucky,' but when I left he gave me a big hug and I told her, "were even.'"
While working on her PSA on clean water in Kentucky, she was contacted by Time Warner about doing the 30-minute show for local cable.
The casting call for actors will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday at the old Jessamine County Jail located at 200 S. Main St. in Nicholasville.
Anyone wanting to enter must e-mail Fraley at email@example.com to set up an appointment.