Well-timed to bring TLC a new evangelical franchise after its cancellation of "19 Kids and Counting," "Answered Prayers" extends power couple Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's faith-based efforts into a…
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey
Opportunistically picking up where "The Bible" left off on History channel, NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues" is strictly more of the same, a thuddingly earnest interpretation of the scriptures from…
Designed to play as a moving adaptation of Alice Hoffman's bestseller, "The Dovekeepers" is more of a wounded duck. Similar in tone to Lifetime's "The Red Tent" by entering into such a story from a…
After shaking up TV's status quo with groundbreaking reality hits, Mark Burnett now has his eye on bigger and bolder productions. Fueled by faith, family and the financial muscle of Hearst Corp., the…
Mark Burnett's One Three Media is run like a family business — albeit one with a well-heeled new member in Hearst Corp.
Producing a hit TV show is no easy feat. Producing four hit shows across three networks and a variety of genres is a Herculean task.
"The intention behind LightWorkers is not solely to do faith-based productions, but we do have a bias toward the family and stories that shine a real light of positivity and love," Downey says.
As a young man in the British Army, Mark Burnett learned a lot about leadership by training with a career U.S. Army officer from Texas named William "Buck" Kernan.
As Mark Burnett and Roma Downey step up the process of securing a theatrical distributor for “Son of God,” the feature derived from the pair’s 10-hour miniseries “The Bible,” the two have enlisted…
Given where NBC has been ratings-wise, it shouldn’t be a surprise to see the network throw a Hail Mary pass. The announcement the network has snagged producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s…
NBC will be diving into religious fare, as the Peacock partners with Mark Burnett for “Bible” follow-up project “A.D.: Beyond the Bible.” Burnett and wife Roma Downey had been teasing a follow-up to…