The series features Candice Kumai, a sexy California girl, author, and former Top Chef competitor who aims to keep foodies’ waistlines trim with her calorie-conscious cuisine while feeding her desire for a solid romantic relationship; fiery nightlife impresarios-turned-food-entrepreneurs Derek and Daniel Koch who are simultaneously each other’s best friends and worst enemies; brand ambassador and cookbook author Anna Boiardi whose sweetness belies her unrelenting passion food, business and family; and the executive pastry chef Julie Elkind, whose delicate desserts reveal nothing about the headstrong young woman who created them. Actress and bakery owner Jennifer Esposito, who lives with Celiac disease and advocates for Gluten-free cooking, will also make appearances in the series, as will celebrity Chef/Restaurateur Todd English.
- ATLAS MEDIA CORP. LICENSES GERMAN FORMAT ‘WHAM BAM SCAM’ FROM GLOBAL SCREEN GmbHFebruary 4, 2014, 12:49 pm
Atlas Media Corp. has acquired the rights to Wham Bam Scam for the U.S. from Germany’s Global Screen GmbH. The announcement was made today by Bruce David Klein, President and Executive Producer of Atlas Media Corp.
- Hot Listings Miami a series hit for Style NetworkOctober 11, 2013, 2:35 pm
“Hot Listings Miami,” also hit a series high among the coveted W18-49 and Total Viewers, making it the most watched new series among W18-49 to date for 2013 on Style.
- Travel Channel Renews HOTEL IMPOSSIBLE FOR 4th SeasonOctober 11, 2013, 2:30 pm
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…
- NLRB RULES IN FAVOR OF ATLAS AGAIN, REJECTING WGA APPEALJune 5, 2013, 4:06 pm
New York based independent production company Atlas Media was informed today that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has once again ruled in favor of Atlas, dismissing all charges leveled at the company by the Writers Guild of America East.