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‘The Cowboy Way: Alabama’ Pickup Up For a Second Season Before First Season Airs

August 3, 2017

INDIAN LAND, SC (PRWEB) JUNE 13, 2017 Even before the first episode of The Cowboy Way: Alabama hits the airwaves; INSP has ordered a second season. ”During post production it became clear to everyone that we’ve got a great show on our hands,” noted Doug Butts, INSP’s SVP of Programming. “These cowboys are the real deal: down-to-earth, likeable and very entertaining. They are a band of brothers, and audiences will love them.” INSP’s new original one-hour series The Cowboy Way: Alabama follows three modern-day cowboys – Bubba, Cody, and Booger – as they build their business in south Alabama herding cattle,…

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‘The Wall’ was the #1 Most Watched Broadcast Show

August 3, 2017

Yes, you read that correctly, NBC’s ‘The Wall’ smashed all other competition last night in every key demographic as well as in total viewership. NBC’s The Wall was the MOST watched original telecast on the Big 4 networks for Thursday night! Since the production’s genesis back in December 2016, NBC’s ‘The Wall’ has been must see television nationwide. Executively produced by Lebron James (Springhill Productions) and Andrew Glassman (Glassman Media) the game show offers everyday ordinary people a chance to become millionaires, virtually overnight. The Thursday night blockbuster gained extreme momentum after Lebron James hand delivered over a million dollars…

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LeBron James ‘Average Joe’ creator pair up for prime-time game show

January 21, 2015

CLEVELAND, Ohio – LeBron James’ production company and the creator of the reality TV series “Average Joe” will begin looking in Cleveland and Akron next week for contestants for a prime-time television game show with large monetary prizes on a major network. Springhill Productions, James’ company, and Andrew Glassman, whose work includes NBC’s Average Joe and Three Wishes, have already begun work on a game show to air on NBC, sources said. The network could not immediately be reached for comment, and sources said the show does not yet have a title or airing date. Twenty-five people are working in Los Angeles on…

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