With the primetime heyday of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and "Deal or No Deal" now a syndicated memory on television lineups, broadcast and cable networks are facing new challenges when launching…
Minute To Win It
"Minute to Win It" is back and heading to cable, as GSN ordered 40 hourlong episodes of the program from Shine America.
With its eyes set squarely on Hispanic markets, Shine America has launched a Spanish-language division and tapped Cristina Palacio to lead it.
CANNES -- U.K. based shingle Shine and China's Shanghai Media Group are collaborating on a second run of "MasterChef," and a locally produced version of gameshow "Minute to Win It" for SMG's Dragon…
Chris Culvenor has arrived from Oz and joined Shine America as senior VP of development.
The transformation of Reveille into Shine America during the past 14 months involves more than a new name, logo and CEO.
In the new primetime gameshow "Who's Still Standing?" losers fall through a trapdoor into vats of boiling oil. Ha ha, just kidding, they're probably saving that idea for sweeps.
Sony Pictures Television, which found early success in licensing adaptations of such scripted shows as "Who's the Boss" and "The Nanny," is making great strides in the sale of light entertainment…
NBC has picked up reality series "Still Standing."
NBC has benched freshman drama "Chase" in favor of unscripted series "Minute to Win It."
NBC was on top in key demos on Wednesday.
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