Former NBC exec Dennis Considine has joined Louis Gossett Jr.’s Logo Entertainment, which recently signed a multi-picture TV pact with World Intl. Network (Daily Variety, Oct. 9).
In his new post, Considine will be responsible for acquisition and development of properties, sales, financing and on-line production arrangements.
Considine will join Gossett and Hillard Elkins as an exec producer or co-exec producer on a number of pending Logo projects.
Projects include “Hannibal,” a miniseries from Lionel Chetwynd about the Carthaginian general; a telepic dealing with Lou Dantzler’s Challengers Boys Club in South-Central Los Angeles; “Pretty Boy,” a telepic about gangster “Pretty Boy” Floyd, and a miniseries dealing with three generations of the French Dumas family. The latter is to be co-produced with Alan Wagner and Boardwalk Entertainment.
Prior to joining Logo, Considine served as senior VP of production and development for Chetwynd Prods./Hearst Entertainment.
He has also served as VP of TV development at Orion Pictures and as VP of prime time and latenight development at NBC.