Netflix's reality show The Circle was giving off some creepy vibes at first, even being compared to Black Mirror, but now fans of the series can't get enough. They love the show so much that they've been wondering how exactly they themselves can become a contestant. With the series being aired in four different countries around the world, potential Canadian contestants are begging for their own version of the competition.\nIf you aren't familiar with one of the newest additions on the streaming platform, The Circle, which originated in the UK, is a reality game show that is carried out solely electronically.\nContestants are living in the same building but never getting to see or hear one another and get the opportunity to portray themselves any way they see fit in order to win challenges and form alliances. The winner leaves with $100,000.\nAll interactions are carried out through a smart speaker device called "The Circle."\nThe series has even been compared to shows like Cat Fish and Big Brother.\nNaturally, fans are now looking into applying for a spot in the apartment buildings themselves.\nWhile the application process is fairly easy, with TheCircleCasting.com asking for only your age, name, and email, you do have to be a citizen with a passport from one of four countries including the UK, USA, France, or Brazil.\nFormer contestants are even offering advice on how to nail the audition part of the application. American contestant Antonio, who stuck to his true self, told The Decider, "when you go on your audition, make sure you have a strategy already made up and down pat! And just be yourself times 10,000. Be super extra so they can get your personality!"\nUnfortunately for Canadians, putting their best foot forward for a chance to be on the show isn't possible and Twitter is feeling it.\nUsers have been tweeting their need to get on the show since it's premiere on Netflix, "Ugh i wanna play #TheCircle. Bring that shit to Canada" said one person. With another dramatically venting, "#TheCircle neeeeeeeeeds to come to Canada, and I neeeeeeeeed to be on it."\nUgh I wanna play #TheCircle. Bring that shit to Canada.— ♏️~not today~♏️ (@realkaijames) December 10, 2019\nOkay. #TheCircle 𝒏𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒅𝒔 to come to Canada, and I 𝒏𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒆𝒅 to be on it.— 𝑆𝑡𝑒𝑓𝑎𝑛𝑖𝑒 💭 (@stefszewczyk) January 6, 2020\nOne user knows they'll be the best contestant for the show, "Please I would like to sign up for whenever Netflix Canada does The Circle I would be a good contestant."\nPlease I would like to sign up for whenever Netflix Canada does The Circle I would be a good contestant— jump (for my love) (@JodiesJumpsuit) January 15, 2020\nSomeone even related their feelings over not being able to apply to how Americans must feel when Big Brother Canada takes over screens, "Suddenly I know how everyone in the US feels when Big Brother Canada goes on. I don't have access to #The Circle because I live in Canada. Can I get a big fat oof in the chat."\nSuddenly I know how everyone in the US feels when Big Brother Canada goes on. I don't have access to #TheCircle because I live in Canada. Can I get a big fat oof in the chat— Roy #BB21 (@musicalorange6) January 1, 2020\nDear Netflix and OnNetflix Canada: Second season of The Circle On Netflix and a Canadian version, please! :D — feeling excited— Robert Walker (@TheologyWriter) January 17, 2020\n@endemolshine so when are we going to get the circle canada????!— jo (@itsjoceee) January 17, 2020\nI legit feel this is the start of Black Mirror in real life! Also can’t wait for like The Circle Canada, ya know like 10 years from now 😂— Alvin Puhawan (@nivla10) January 14, 2020\nWhile season 2 of the USA version has yet to be announced, applications for the show are open, which could mean a potential second season.\nThe Circle is currently streaming on Netflix Canada.