While the producers of "The Quest," ABC's critically hailed, ratings-challenged summer reality series, are waiting to hear whether it's been picked up for a second season, they've come up with a…
In 2001, Bertram van Munster stood at a crossroads. His syndicated nature show "Wild Things" had come to an end, and the Dutch-born filmmaker and television producer was on the lookout for a new…
Partners at work and in life, Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri take us behind the scenes of "The Amazing Race." VARIETY: What initially sparked your inspiration for The Amazing Race? ELISE…
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Ford is teaming with NBC and Telemundo's mun2 cabler for the reality skein "Escape Routes," which will reveal the 2013 Ford Escape.
TNT has given a pilot order to "L.A. Noir," a drama based on the book by John Buntin.
ABC plans to premiere unscripted series "Take the Money and Run," exec produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Bertram van Munster, on April 14.
Skiing champ Jonny Moseley has been tapped to host Ford Motor Co.'s Web series "Focus Rally: America," which the automaker is readying to launch with "The Amazing Race" producer Elise Doganieri.
Here are the answers to your questions for Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri (pictured below with the show's host Phil Keoghan) about "The Amazing Race," which bowed its 14th edition Sunday. I…
Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Prods. has recruited "The Amazing Race" creators Bert Van Munster and Elise Doganieri to serve as showrunners for the talkshow queen's upcoming foray into reality TV.
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