Showtime greenlights Games pic

Cabler orders 26 segs of 'My First Time'

Showtime has greenlit two projects, a feature and a latenight series.

Pic, a 90-minute retrospective titled “The 1972 Munich Olympic Games: Bud Greenspan Remembers,” commemorates the 30th anniversary of the 1972 Games, where 11 Israeli athletes and coaches were murdered by Arab terrorists on Sept. 5.

Greenspan, who was a 44-year-old NBC radio reporter at the time, witnessed the events firsthand. Pic is skedded for early September.

Greenspan is also completing the Official Film of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games from Salt Lake City for Showtime, marking the seventh in his series of official Olympic films.

In addition, cabler ordered 26 episodes of “My First Time,” from Ruddy Morgan Organization in association with Frozen Television. Production has begun on the half-hour with a launch date sometime in 2003.

Based on the popular Web site myfirsttime.com, series features true stories from a cross-section of everyday people about their first sexual experience. Actors will be used for filmed re-enactments.

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