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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|REPEAT AFTER ME||ABC||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2014-2015|
|PUNK'D||BET||Executive Producer Non-writing, Creator||Completed||2014-2015|
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“Punk’d” creator Jason Goldberg, a reality TV veteran and longtime producing partner of Ashton Kutcher, has signed on to head unscripted and alternative programming for STX Entertainment. The hire…
CANNES — FremantleMedia has inked a format acquisition deal with Katalyst Network, co-founded by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, and MTV for the international rights (excluding North America) to…
“Forever Young” is described as a “social experiment,” throwing quintets separated by two generations together in a house a la “The Real World,” and asking if they can “bridge the gap.” It's a cute…
TV Land has added Ashton Kutcher's reality series "Forever Young" to its lineup, slating the show for spring.
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With "The Big Bang Theory" an offnet staple for TBS, the cabler is ramping up its originals with the pickup of reality series from Conan O'Brien and Ashton Kutcher.
TBS has made a deal to air 15 new episodes of sitcom "Cougar Town," which is leaving ABC.
Nick Searcy ("Justified") has joined the cast of indie drama thriller "Metamorphosis," a dramatic thriller inspired by Franz Kafka's literary classic.
"Punk'd," the MTV reality show that uses hidden cameras to play pranks on celebrities, is going into TV syndication as a rerun half-hour in fall 2008.