Bruckheimer new king of TV

By the end of the week, Jerry Bruckheimer will have deals set for three fall dramas and a midseason comedy, bringing the his total tally to a 10 series. The seven series Bruckheimer’s company will produce for CBS next season ties the record seven shows Aaron Spelling produced for ABC back in 1984.As for overall output, no producer in recent TV memory has had as many shows on the broadcast networks as Bruckheimer. New shows include “Just Legal,” “E-Ring,” “Cold Case,” “Modern Men,” “Without a Trace,” “The Amazing Race,” and all three “CSI”s.

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