: John Eisendrath Productions
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|BLACKLIST, THE||NBC||Executive Producer, Show Runner||Pre Production||2014-2015|
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Creating a toothy vehicle for James Spader, few series can boast such a compelling central figure, even if his cryptic comments and opaque motives risk giving way to a rather familiar procedural.
NBC added one comedy and two more dramas to its 2013-14 roster, all from Sony Pictures TV. “Welcome to the Family,” from scribe Mike Sikowitz, revolves around the culture clash of Anglo and Latino…
The Big Four networks triggered an avalanche of 22 pilot orders on Tuesday evening, signaling an early start to the marathon casting process that will determine the fate of many projects.
Paramount's "Footloose" reboot never quite cuts loose enough to distinguish itself from the original.
Guilty of poor ratings, "Outlaw" has been tossed to the primetime equivalent of solitary confinement -- Saturdays at 8 p.m.
All of Jimmy Smits' considerable charisma can't come close to making a convincing case for "Outlaw."
Conan O'Brien is one step closer to moving his production shingle over to Warner Bros. TV.
After a stretch where my DVD player looked squeamish at the prospect of swallowing another NBC pilot, along comes "My Own Worst Enemy" -- a slick, modern spy yarn infused with the "Dr. Jekyll and Mr…
ESPN boots one through the uprights with "Playmakers," the sports net's first original scripted series. Show helps bridge the divide between sports fans and drama lovers in its exploration of…
ESPN has tapped Tony Denison, Omar Gooding ("Baby Boy"), Russell Hornsby ("Haunted"), Jason Matthew Smith ("13 Going On 30"), Marcello Thedford ("ER") and Chris Wiehl ("CSI: Crime Scene…