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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|DRACULA||NBC||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2013-2014|
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The life of Mother Teresa may be headed for the big screen with independent producers Tony Krantz and Jamey Volk working with The Mother Teresa Center to develop an authorized “I Thirst” project…
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Platinum Studios has joined forces with producer Tony Krantz to develop a live-action feature from Platinum Studios graphic novel "Mal Chance," with Scott Murphy to adapt.
AMC is looking to develop a series version of Francis Ford Coppola's 1974 feature "The Conversation."
With the strike squeezing off the pilot script pipeline, CBS is turning to feature film scripts in a bid to find potential material for new series.
The Weinstein Co. is going into business with "24" producer Tony Krantz and "Infernal Affairs" co-director Andrew Lau for a trio of Hong Kong action pics.
MTV is overhauling its strategy under new programming topper Tony DiSanto. Net will beef up the orders on some series, reduce some programming slots and potentially expand into areas as diverse as…