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Sony Networks Strikes Deal for New 'Asia's Got Talent' Seasons (EXCLUSIVE)

Sony Pictures Television (SPT) Networks, Asia has struck a multi-year, multi-series agreement with FremantleMedia International for the rights to hit talent show “Asia’s Got Talent.” 525 more words


Two good reasons to avoid the Lifetime movie about the Flint Water Crisis

1: It will star crazy libtard Cher.

2: One of the executive producers is the lying libtard Katie Couric, who is currently facing a $12 million defamation lawsuit for her anti-gun documentary. 209 more words


Netflix's ONE DAY AT A TIME Theme Song Features Gloria Estefan

Written by Jesus Figueroa (@Thisfunktional)

Sony Pictures Television brings “One Day at a Time” to Netflix premiering on Jan. 6 with a fantastic rendition of “This is it” by Latin singer Gloria Estefan. 107 more words


Norman Lear Sitcoms 'All in the Family,' 'The Jeffersons' Being Eyed by Sony for Reboots (EXCLUSIVE)

Sony Pictures Television is in very early stages of rebooting several classic sitcoms from TV legend Norman Lear as miniseries — including “All in the Family,” “The Jeffersons,” and “Good Times” — … 364 more words


ATF: Sony’s ‘Shark Tank’ Set to Bite Into Vietnam

Vietnam’s VTV is to produce a local adaptation of “Shark Tank,” the business-oriented reality TV format’s first commission in South East Asia.

With Sony Pictures Television representing the rights, VTV has ordered a first season of 16 episodes. 202 more words


'Masters of Sex' canceled after four seasons

Showtime has opted to end the drama after four seasons, the period drama starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan wrapped in mid-November. The series from Michelle Ashford and based on Thomas Maier’s biography of sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson ended with what actually makes a somewhat satisfying conclusion: Masters and Johnson getting married.  27 more words


Sony Pictures TV, China's iQIYI To Adapt 'Chosen' As Mandarin-Language Series

Sony Pictures Television and Chinese online video platform iQIYI have entered a deal to co-produce a Mandarin-language version of Crackle series Chosen. The three-part adaptation will be produced by SPT’s Sydney-based Playmaker Media with support from Screen NSW for streaming in China. 207 more words

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