Find My Family was a documentary series that aired on the Seven Network based in Australia. Though it is now worldwide.
The show is based on an Original Dutch TV format called Spoorloos (‘Without a Trace,’) which has been broadcasting since 1990 and was produced by public broadcaster KRO.
Find My Family reunites long-lost relatives who have been separated for several reasons.
Family members’ absence frequently leaves voids in people’s identities. These reunions aim to bridge the divides by bringing family members together.
Find My Family Season 3 How to Apply and Audition Process
Are you on the search for a biological relative?
If you or someone you know is interested in starting a life-changing quest to identify a biological relative, we’d love to hear from you!
To apply for Find My Family Season 3 Casting. To begin your application, click the link below.
- The link will take you to a Find My Family Casting website page.
- You will then be asked to fill out the questions that apply to your story.
- Then click the submit button.
You might be the next to reunite with a family!
Find My Family Season 3 Release Date
Unfortunately, there is no information about the release date of season 3 of Find My Family but casting seems to be ongoing.
We will update this page once we have the information needed for the upcoming release of the show.
The pilot episode of the first season took place on August 26, 2008.
Find My Family Season 3 Casting
The series Find My Family is airing on the Seven Network based in Australia.
Seven Network is a significant commercial free-to-air television network in Australia.
Seven West Media Limited owns it, one of Australia’s five major free-to-air television networks. Sydney is home to the Network’s headquarters.
Greg Quail and John Rudd from The Seven Network serve as executive producers.
Jack Thompson was the first and second season host, and Sarah McIntyre was the third season’s narrator.