Travel Channel announced the renewal of four series for the first quarter of ’14. The channel, available in over 94 million U.S.cable homes and owned and operated by Scripps Networks Interactive, renewed Season 6 of Bizarre Foods America with Andrew Zimmern; the second season of Dangerous Grounds with Todd Carmichael; Season 4 of Hotel Impossible with Anthony Melchiorri; and Season 6 of Mysteries At The Museum hosted by Don Wildman. This is in addition to the previously announced renewals of season three of Toy Hunter with Jordan Hembrough; and season three of Trip Flip with Bert Kreischer. The Network has also greenlit productions of 13 half-hour episodes of the new original series Chow Masters, produced by Paperny Entertainment; and the return of the successful second annual multi-platform programming event, The Trip: 2014, a one-hour special produced by High Noon, featuring Samantha Brown, Anthony Melchiorri, Adam Richman and Don Wildman. Click over for the complete list and series’ descriptions: HERE.
- Lifetime readies “13 Sons & Pregnant” special from Atlas MediaSeptember 13, 2018, 11:13 am
A+E Networks-owned women-focused network Lifetime is prepping a one-hour special about a couple awaiting the birth of their 14th child as part of its Real Love programming block.
- Atlas Media in Development Deal with TV Legal Analyst Lis WiehlApril 27, 2018, 4:09 pm
Atlas Media Corp. has secured an exclusive development deal with New York Times best-selling author, former federal prosecutor and TV legal analyst Lis Wiehl.
- TRAVEL CHANNEL READIES ATLAS MEDIA’S “EXTREME HOTELS”October 18, 2017, 10:33 am
Travel Channel is set to premiere a series hosted by hospitality expert Anthony Melchiorri.
- Bruce David Klein Among Backers Of Queens MediaWorks Non-Fiction Production ComplexJuly 7, 2017, 10:52 am
A consortium of top media and finance companies and executives are teaming with New York State Assemblyman Francisco Moya (D-39), Chair of the Commission on Science and Technology, to develop Queens MediaWorks, a new hub for non-fiction production, based in Queens, New York.