Mark Burnett, the producer responsible for Survivor, Shark Tank, and The Apprentice, has concocted yet another television game show. Trust Me I’m A Game Show Host is not another cheesy dating show about finding true love in six weeks, instead it has to do with trust, deception, and lots of money (nope, still not talking about a Bachelor type show).
The popular CBS comedy, Rules of Engagement, has been sold from Sony Pictures Television to Turner Broadcasting’s TBS. John Weiser, President of U.S. Distribution, Sony Pictures Television, announced that the cable syndication rights were sold,Wednesday and will begin airing in January 2013.
Rules of Engagement has been a consistent show in every time slot it has aired in for CBS. The show has aired for the past five seasons and is CBS’s number one network comedy in repeatability. | Full Story
TBS has recently renewed their new TV show Men at Work.
The series is a new sit-com which stars Danny Masterson (That ’70s Show), as a man whose girlfriend recently left him. His friends — played by Adam Busch (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), James Lesure (Las Vegas) and Michael Cassidy (The O.C.) — are desperate to help him get it back together and find a new relationship.
Men at Work is doing well thus far and has averaged more than 2.7 million weekly viewers (factoring in Live + 7 DVR playback). | Full Story
Tyler Perry Studios has created a brand new show for TBS titled For Better or Worse. The series spins off from the films Why Did I Get Married? and Why Did I Get Married Too?, and follows the marriage of Marcus (Michael Jai White) and Angela (Tasha Smith). The two actors have great chemistry and were the most fun characters to watch in the movies, BUT can you center a series around them?? | Full Story