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.
- ATLAS MEDIA NAMED TO REAL SCREEN MAGAZINE’S PRESTIGIOUS “GLOBAL 100”.March 29, 2017, 11:46 am
For the 12th year in a row, Atlas Media was named to Real Screen Magazine’s prestigious “Global 100” list of the largest and most influential production companies in the world.
- Bernadette Peters to Host Q&A with Lonny Price After MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Documentary ScreeningNovember 11, 2016, 3:04 pm
Two-time Tony winner Bernadette Peters, a Broadway legend and one of Sondheim’s most iconic leading ladies, will host a Q&A with director Lonny Price at one of the first public screenings of his new documentary, Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened.
- ATLAS FILM CITED ON LIST OF “5 DOCUMENTARIES TO WATCH FOR OSCAR SEASON”November 11, 2016, 11:06 am
The Los Angeles Times has named “Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened” as one their five documentaries to watch for Oscar season!
- ‘Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened’: Film Review | NYFF 2016October 11, 2016, 10:42 am
Lonny Price, one of the original Broadway leads of ‘Merrily We Roll Along,’ recalls the emotional rollercoaster of that Stephen Sondheim show’s creation and its illusion-shattering early demise. (HollywoodReporter.com)