Bruce Helford has produced a whole lot of television in his 30 years in the primetime trenches.
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George Lopez is ready to follow in Tyler Perry and Charlie Sheen's footsteps, inking a TV development deal with Debmar-Mercury.
Debmar-Mercury has named Alexandra Jewett its senior veep of programming and production, overseeing all of the company's East Coast-based programming.
Lonnie Burstein has been promoted to exec VP of programming and production at Debmar-Mercury.
Debmar-Mercury has acquired all worldwide distribution rights outside the U.K. for "Hot Seat," a gameshow format developed by U.K. company Standing Stone Prods.
Fox-owned TV stations in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Detroit have joined with Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury to produce what they call a "sneak peek" of a proposed five-a-week talkshow hosted by…
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