NATPE Product Listing: B

BBC Worldwide Americas
Web site:
Office: the hotel, 6th floor
Attending: Mark Thompson, director general; Mark Young, CEO; Mike Phillips, director, international television.
“Fimbles,” Children; Fimbo, Flora and Baby Plum have a very special talent: They know when something is waiting to be found. 130 x 25 min.
“Hustle, Series 1,” Drama; The series follows the adventures of a gang of expert con artists let loose on the streets of London. 12 x 50 mins.
“In the Midnight Hour,” Variety; Tells the story of black music, the biggest single influence on global popular culture today. 6 x 60 mins.

Web site:
Office: 414; (702) 322-5616
Attending: Ira Levy, Kevin Gillis, exec producers; Tanya Kelen, head of distribution.
“Atomic Betty,” Animation; An ordinary girl by day, Betty leads a secret life as a Galactic Guardian and Defender of the Cosmos. 52 x 30 min.
“Situation Critical,” Reality; Shows the panic, suspense and heartbreak of life in a dynamic emergency room. 11 x 60 min.
“Miss BG,” A precocious 8-year-old girl teaches her brother George the ways of the world. 26 x 30 min.

Buena Vista TV
Office: the hotel, 4th floor
“According to Jim,” Comedy; An all-American guy struggles to be the perfect husband while going head to head with his colorful in-laws.
“Alias,” Drama; A graduate student is a double agent whose missions blend intrigue, terror and questionable family allegiances
“My Wife and Kids,” Comedy; Damon Wayans stars as a loving husband and modern-day dad who rules the household with a distinctive parenting style.

Buena Vista Intl. TV
Office: the hotel, 4th floor
Attending: Fernando Barbosa, senior VP, Latin America; Fabiola Bovino, marketing supervisor; Jack Morera, manager of distribution.

Bullseye TV
Web site:
Office: 1367
Attending: Jorg Roth, managing director; David Cornwall, head of sales; Bo Stehmeier, sales & acquisitions exec.
“Video Vigilante,” This show will explore the phenomenon of video vigilantism. 15 x 30 min.
“World of Stupid,” Follows groups of men, from every corner of the globe, who feel the urge to indulge in dangerous, antisocial or just plain stupid stunts. 10 x 30 min.
“Very Worst,” Looks at the best examples of the worst athletes, professions, medical mishaps and habits in history. 4 x 60 min.

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