From The Hollywood Reporter: Oxygen is expanding its development slate with five female-targeted projects… Sister Witches follows three sisters in their 20s living in Bethlehem, Penn., who learn to harness their powers as witches and find their own way. Joke Productions produces with Biagio Messina and Joke Fincioen executive producing. Read the full article at– read more
“All amusing and surprisingly credible” says the review, calling star Andrew Mayne full of “sass and likability.”
Fast Company writes an entertaining story about the journey to get Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne on the air, including behind the scenes tales and finding inspiration for 100+ illusions.
Our new show Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne will premiere Monday, January 13, at 10pm on A&E.
So proud to be in tonight’s “must watch” list for Entrainment Weekly, where they dubbed the action “gripping reality.” Check out the must watch list at the Entertainment Weekly site.
Cover of The New York Times Arts Section From the New York Times: Every town has a scene, a subculture, a place where young people go to escape. In Minden, La., a city of about 13,000 some 30 miles east of Shreveport, it’s mixed martial arts, a sport that attracts young men with hopes of– read more
From Sports Illustrated: The wide variety of compelling backstories have to overlap in a town that makes Friday Night Lights’ fictional Dillon look big…
Named fourth to this week’s MUST LIST, Entertainment Weekly called our new show Caged on MTV “comic and heart-wrenching” “revalatory” and “fascinating.”
Sneak Peek of the New MTV Docu-Series “Caged” to Air at 12:05AM Following the “Jersey Shore” Premiere Night Extravaganza on Thursday, January 5 The show, which provide an honest look into the lives of young amateur MMA fighters, will regularly air Mondays at 10:00/9:00c beginning January 9. Source: Futon Critic
MTV has set Jan. 9 for the debut of its upcoming reality series “Caged.” Skein follows of a group of small-town Louisiana teens who engage in cage fighting to help them cope with the struggles in their lives. The amateur mixed martial arts bouts give the protagonists a sense of accomplishment both inside and outside– read more