Watch out, Kardashian clan, Capitol Hill staffers may soon be the focus of a new reality television show.

Producers are reportedly holding a casting call in Washington on April 26 for a "docu-style reality show highlighting the best and brightest on the Hill."

A casting notice obtained by Mother Jones, and first reported by the Washington Examiner, says, "This is a unique opportunity to get your voice, name, agenda, passions and policies heard by a massive audience."

But 30-somethings need not apply. Producers list the age range for potential cast members as 19 to 29.

A production worker with ties to Netflix's hit political series "House of Cards" is behind the project, according to reports.

TV shows that aim their lenses on Washington have seen mixed ratings results. While fictional series such as HBO's "Veep" and ABC's "Scandal" have succeeded, reality programming such as Bravo's "The Real Housewives of D.C." and MTV's "The Real World: D.C." have floundered.