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There is no Next Episode of The Tiny Tots Talent Agency planned.
Bizzykidz Talent agency is run by no-nonsense owner Debi, who alongside her team navigates the careers of over 1300 wannabes. Debi has an eye for what could make a star, looking beyond age or a pretty face to see whether or not a child has the right character to make it in the cut throat business. Ten-month-old Ornella is one of the newest recruits, crawling to the catwalk with her first ever casting for a designer shoe brand.
A zombie film, a seaside photo shoot and a top-end touring musical are some of the jobs on offer for the Bizzykidz children in this episode. The studio is transformed into a home for the walking dead with almost 40 kids vying for a role, including 10-year-old Bronte, who has already starred in a horror film and numerous ads, while her older sister Oriana is still waiting for her big break. Becky is convinced her son and daughter have star quality, but can six-year-old Lacey stay focussed for her first job? Sisters Lydia and Aggie are two of the busiest siblings on the agency's books; seven-year-old Lydia has now made it to the final auditions for a national tour of The Sound of Music.
This episode meets some of Bizzykidz' newest recruits as they take their first steps into the world of modelling and showbiz. With 70,000 applications to join the agency a year, competition is fierce. Essex mother and daughter Tracey and Ava hope the only way is up as Ava attends her first ever casting. The stakes are high as the successful model will be whisked away to Berlin as part of a global fashion campaign. Eleven-year-old Vlad is new to the industry and the country, having moved from Siberia to Wales a year ago. His stepfather is convinced that Vlad has the voice of an angel and a star future, but Vlad seems more interested in computers than the catwalk.
The final episode of the series that goes behind the scenes at Bizzykids talent agency looks at the changing face of the industry and explores how advertisers are favouring more realistic children and families for their campaigns. Ten-year-old Mia, who has Down's syndrome, dreams of being a top model and Debi at the agency is on a mission to make it happen. Meanwhile, a dream job in the Caribbean is up for grabs and the client is looking for a whole family of models; will it tempt teenager Zak? He quit modelling when he started secondary school but his family are keen to go for the job. Eight-year-old Jack has set his sights on tap dancing in the West End and is desperate to go to stage school. He's also being assessed for autism. He and his mum are doing all they can to get him an audition.