Sony Pictures TV has recruited veteran TV helmer Bob Loudin as director of syndicated gameshow “Pyramid.”
Loudin, who previously worked on “Hollywood Squares,” will assume helming duties for the Donny Osmond-hosted skein’s second season. Production resumes in August.
“Bob is both a seasoned professional and an inventive directing talent,” said SPT senior VP of development and syndicated programming Melanie Chilek. “He brings a real imagination and flair to his work, and he’s a true pioneer in our business.”
Previously, Loudin snagged a Daytime Emmy nom as director of Discovery Channel’s “The Christopher Lowell Show.” Other helming credits include work for the WB (“Pop Stars”) and ABC (“The Home Show,” segments for “Good Morning America”).
“Pyramid” was recently cleared in Miami, where it bowed Monday on ABC owned-and-operated station WPLG.
Stephen Brown exec produces the series.