'Wheel Of Fortune' & 'Jeopardy!' Get Two-Season Renewals

Answer: TV’s two most popular game shows. Question: What are Wheel Of Fortune and Jeopardy!? Right you are, and that’s good for two more seasons of each. 181 more words

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Sony Pictures TV Gives Mark Jocson SVP Stripes

Mark Jocson has been promoted to SVP Digital Media and Games, Networks, at Sony Pictures Television. Upped form VP, the six-year company veteran will oversee SPT’s Games division, a mobile game publishing studio with titles including… 86 more words

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Sony, Spain's Atresmedia Pact for Pics

MADRID — Sony Pictures Television has inked an exclusive, free-to-air first-run feature film deal with powerful Spanish media conglom Atresmedia.

Kicking-off in March, the volume deal will last two years, marking the renewal of a previous agreement both companies closed in 2014. 314 more words

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BBC Commissions New Saturday Night Game Show 'Can't Touch This' From Newbie Stellify Media

The BBC has planted a new flag in the eagerly contested Saturday night grid by commissioning a new game show Can’t Touch This from newbie Northern Irish production company Stellify Media. 281 more words

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Powers: A Playstation Original Series

Powers, a Playstation original series, takes us long with Christian Walker, a former super hero, who’s “powers” have been taken away.   Walker, now an LA cop in the Powers division, must investigate those who still have their abilities. 85 more words

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The first episode of Sony Playstation's 'Powers' series is online

The first episode of the Sony Playstation branded show, Powers, debuted today and stars Sharlto Copley as the lead detective, Christian Walker, as he teams up with a new partner, Detective Deena Pilgrim, in order to track down a witness to a murder.  46 more words

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Sony Paves the Way for PlayStation Programming at 'Powers' Premiere

As the availability of television platforms continues to expand, Sony Pictures ushered in a new era in content distribution Monday evening with the premiere of “Powers,” the first live-action scripted series from the studio’s PlayStation division. 824 more words

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