With more than 30 years combined television production and well over 1000 episodes of television produced. Our team has produced television for nearly every network in nearly every capacity both on the buying and selling side. Our past work includes some of TV's most iconic brands and our upcoming TV projects will inspire the next generation of hit television.

Some of our work

Bar Rescue

Jon Taffer is the Gordon Ramsay of the bar and nightclub business. In each episode of this series, Taffer helps transform a struggling bar into a vibrant, profitable business, utilizing his expertise as a nightlife consultant who has started, flipped or owned more than 600 bars and clubs in his career. From the height of the bar stools and the science of the perfect pour to the effect the tempo of the music has on alcohol consumption, Taffer delves into every facet of the business, and he does it with a no-holds-barred style. He's assisted by his wife, Nicole -- who enters establishments under cover to help diagnose the problems -- along with a rotating cast of experts that include a celebrity chef, a Master of Whisky and a mixologist.

Catch a Contractor

Before launching a successful career as a TV and radio personality, Adam Carolla was a master carpenter and home builder, so he knows the work of skilled craftsmen when he sees it. Likewise, he can spot shoddy construction, and in this series he trains his eye on building blunders and the contractors responsible for them. With the help of no-nonsense builder Skip Bedell and his wife, private investigator Alison Bedell, Carolla seeks retribution for homeowners who have experienced a construction nightmare, by tracking down unscrupulous contractors and forcing them to face the wronged parties. The contractors are then given a chance to redeem themselves by fixing messes they left behind -- all while under Adam's and Skip's watchful eyes.

Revolution

Fifteen years after an unknown event has caused all electricity to stop working, plunging the world into another dark age, people have adjusted to life without planes, high-tech communication, and electricity. In small farming communities, life seems sweeter at this slower pace, but danger and mystery lurk in the shadows. After the militia kills a man who -- supposedly -- had something to do with the blackout, his daughter teams with unlikely allies to determine the truth about the cataclysm in order to reclaim the future.

Why I'm Not

The Why I’m Not… podcast, hosted by documentary filmmaker and veteran television producer Brant Pinvidic is a light-hearted weekly podcast in which Brant explores topics that he doesn’t fully understand by interviewing the people who do.

In each episode, Brant explores one of the latest topics, fads, trends or addictions from all sides, and tries to remind you… before you judge it, try to understand it.

Extreme Weight Loss

Extremely overweight people set out to change their lives by healthily losing half of their bodyweight over the course of a year. Expert trainer Chris Powell moves in with each individual to provide support and to guide the weight-loss journey by teaching proper nutrition and exercise technique. Each episode showcases one person's path from start to finish and reveals a transformation that is more than skin deep; special guests include chef Rocco DiSpirito, pastry chef Duff Goldman and former professional football player Donald Driver.

Food Fortunes

Entrepreneurs with an idea for a new food-related product have a chance to get potentially life-changing cash infusions from a panel of investors on "Food Fortunes." Each episode features four investors, who rotate throughout the series. These investors hear pitches from visionaries with what they think is the next big idea -- if only they had the capital needed to bring it to fruition and get it out to the public. After hearing each pitch, the investors must decide whether or not it's an idea worth putting some money toward or a pie-in-the-sky notion with which they wouldn't get a return on their cash. A healthy coffee franchise and a robot that acts as a personal chef are among the ideas pitched to the investors, who include restaurateur Willie Degel, Planet Hollywood founder Robert Earl and meat wholesaler Pat LaFrieda.

Love Triangle

Love Triangle is an American dating themed game show–talk show crossover broadcast by Game Show Network. Hosted by Wendy Williams, the show premiered on April 11, 2011 and aired its final episode on August 28, 2011.

Kitten Bowl

Hallmark Channel opens the stadium doors and announces that the road to “Kitten Bowl IV” has begun, presenting the nation’s most athletic, adorable and adoptable kittens in a claws-out, paws-out showdown. The annual programming event has resulted in the adoption of thousands of cats and kittens (and even some puppies and rabbits) and helps showcase the plight of homeless animals and the beautiful pets available for adoption through local shelters. These kittens are ferocious, sweet, and ready to compete!

Kingin' with Tyga

Rap superstar Tyga shows how to be the master of one's destiny, leading to a lifestyle he describes as "Kingin'." The series follows the hit-maker -- born Michael Ray Stevenson -- as he tries to take everything to the next level while building his hip-hop empire, traveling the world, performing live, and "flexing his spending power in the most lavish ways possible." His support crew, the "Last Kings," helps Tyga manage his music and clothing ventures, give back to the community, change diapers, and pull off elaborate stunts.

Jon & Kate Plus Eight

Talk about kid-tested: Jon and Kate Gosselin have their hands full raising twins Cara and Madelyn, not to mention their sextuplets, Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel. This reality series follows the Gosselins through their crowded daily routines in southeastern Pennsylvania, routines that veered severely off course when the couple filed for divorce in June 2009.

I Used to Be Fat

It's the biggest summer of their lives, and the teenagers profiled on this reality series are spending it desperate to become smaller. Each episode follows one overweight student from their last days of high school to their first ones of college, documenting their progress as they work with weight-loss experts and participate in a rigorous fitness regimen. As the changes begin to show on the outside, viewers witness how the teens change on the inside, gaining self-esteem and a new outlook on life. After a few months of college, the students are revisited to see if they've kept the weight off or gained it back.

Intervention

With seemingly every other Hollywood celebrity checking him or herself into or out of a recovery center, this reality series has a timely feel with its depiction of addicts and the impact their illness has on those around them, resulting in an inevitable if uncomfortable intervention.

Hungry Investors

Renowned bar and nightclub consultant Jon Taffer, the star of Spike TV's highly rated series "Bar Rescue," tries to save failing restaurants in "Hungry Investors." He's joined by celebrity chef and author John Besh and former "Top Chef" fan favorite Tiffany Derry to find "diamond in the rough" eateries that are struggling and prop them up with a significant cash investment. In each hourlong episode, two similar restaurants in the same city are pitted against each other in a competition that tests the day-to-day operation and the owners' abilities. The owners of the establishment that best heeds the investors' advice and makes the most improvement earn a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save their business.

Miss America Reality Check

Contestants live under one roof while cameras trail them as they participate in a series of challenges designed to prepare them for the 2008 Miss America Pageant. Entertainment and fashion industry experts evaluate the progress of the contestants, who receive additional advice from fashion gurus, a makeup artist and choreographer.

My Big Fat Revenge

How would you feel if your significant other proposed to you with a ring that was two sizes too small in a not-so-subtle attempt to get you to lose weight? That's an example of the type of torment and rude behavior experienced by the women featured in this docuseries. After years of being humiliated and rejected, the women are ready to take control of their lives and stand up to the people who have ridiculed them. The offenders -- ranging from ex-boyfriends to former classmates and family members -- are set up on blind dates, auditions and nightmare jobs to experience what the offended parties have gone through. It's an attempt for the ladies to get revenge and, they hope, get the apologies they deserve.

Opposite Worlds

It's not uncommon for a reality show's premise to include "strangers live together in a house," and "Opposite Worlds" follows suit, but it has a twist in that the house is divided into two distinctly different environments. Fourteen contestants are split into two teams -- one team lives in the past and the other in the future. The two worlds are divided by a glass wall, allowing each team to watch, envy and dread the other's moves. Each week, the contestants compete in a series of challenges and their fates are determined, in part, by viewers who weigh in via social media.

Outback Nation

Landscape designer Jamie Durie ("The Victory Garden") brings touches of his Australian homeland to "Outback Nation," on which he helps homeowners in the U.S. transform their neglected backyards into outdoor oases. First, however, each hourlong episode begins with a family helping themselves. They camp with Jamie in their "private wilderness" -- amidst overgrown gardens, decaying decks, unkempt pools and dead trees -- for the project's duration, which helps them experience the effects of weather patterns on the space. Each family member is also assigned a special project, while Jamie comes up with a design element of his own that is presented to the homeowners as a surprise.

Remote Survival

Plucked from civilization and thrust into isolation, two remote survivors are forced to do whatever it takes to endure some of earth’s most dangerous terrains. Equipped with radio receivers, our Remote Survivors must decide between trusting their own instincts, and following the unknown voice inside their head. Those voices belong to two survivalists, Alex Coker and Cliff Hodges, who have been given the task of keeping our contestants alive. Coker, a former United States Army infantry, airborne, air assault scout sniper, and former CIA special protective agent, will push his survivor to the limits and see if they can live up to the natural challenges that Mother Nature provides. Hodges, the owner of an outdoor school and guide service that specializes in primitive wilderness survival skills, will coach his survivor to overcome all obstacles that stand in his way. Through chest and helmet cameras, aerial drones and solo shot cams blanketing the region, our experts, along with our audience, will follow our survivors on the adventure of their lifetime.

Roseanne's Nuts

The title of this reality show can be interpreted in a couple of different ways, depending on your opinion of Roseanne. What the show is actually about is what the comic-actress has been doing since her self-imposed sabbatical from series television -- managing a 40-acre macadamia and livestock farm in Hawaii. The former sitcom star moved to the Big Island after getting tired of living in frenzied Los Angeles. Barr works on the farm alongside her longtime boyfriend, Johnny Argent, and son Jake. Barr uses the take-no-prisoners approach that catapulted her to fame to shape a pure and utopian dream life that she envisions for herself and her loved ones.

The Secret Life of a Soccer Mom

Women who gave up promising career prospects to stay at home and raise a family get a chance to ask "What if...?" in this new reality series. Each episode spotlights a stay-at-home mom who gets to secretly return to the career she left behind before deciding whether she wants to continue pursuing life outside the home or go back to fulltime hearth and home detail. Tracey Gold ("Growing Pains") hosts.

Splash

Splash was an American reality competition series broadcast on ABC, based on the Celebrity Splash! format created by Dutch company Eyeworks.

The Princess of Malibu

This reality series chronicles the relationship between 20-something slackers Brandon and Brody Jenner and their stepdad, Grammy award-winning songwriter/producer David Foster. For most of their lives, Brandon and Brody have been skating by on their stepdad's money, living at his lavish Casablanca estate in Malibu, Calif. -- but David has had enough. Despite protests from the boys' mother, wife Linda Thompson-Foster, David has given the guys an ultimatum: Contribute to the household or move out. Can Brandon and Brody rise to the challenge?

Trading Spaces

Two sets of neighbors, 48 hours, $1,000. Neighbors swap houses, and with the help of a designer and carpenter, transform a room in two days. The best, and worst, part about it is that the homeowner has zero say in what gets done. In later seasons the budgets increased and each team was given more time to complete the makeovers.

What's Eating You

Twelve people with eating disorders open their lives to the camera, allowing viewers to watch as they struggle to control the eating behaviors that are ruling their lives and threatening their health. Their extreme habits and bizarre rituals are both stunning and heartbreaking, from the young mother who feels she must wear layer upon layer of clothing to cover her "deformed" body to the woman whose comfort "food" is white chalkboard chalk. Experts and counselors work with each of the 12, hoping to start them on the journey to recovery.

Wild World of Spike

A trio of hosts find, and experiment participating in, some of the world's strangest sports. From peanut butter paintball to porn star bowling, the show is full of stunts and sometimes foiled attempts to try the sports themselves.

Funniest Wins

Marlon Wayans hosts and co-executive produces a competition that aims to find the funniest multitalented comedian working today -- the overnight sensation getting millions of online hits or the performer who's been honing his or her craft for years. It begins with 10 comics, ages 25 to 40, with varied styles, skill levels and experience. Each week, Wayans and a rotating panel of guests teach the contestants a particular comic style, after which they are tested in front of a studio audience. The competitor who falls flat is eliminated, until one stands apart and wins a $100,000 cash prize and the chance to star in an online series for Wayans' digital media company.