First Family of Hip Hop (Bravo)


Just finished work on Bravo’s “First Family of HipHop“– ‘After establishing the first hip-hop record label and producing the first charting rap song in history with The Sugar Hill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight,” the world will now formally meet the Robinson Family in a new docuseries, First Family of Hip Hop, premiering on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

Devil’s Canyon

First person perspective gold prospecting show for Discovery — Premiered April 2016.

“Extreme prospectors Boyce Goff, Ben van der Valk and John Belcik travel separately into the areas of Devil’s Canyon that are far beyond the reach of big mining companies, in search of the next big pay streak. No roads, no trails, no camera crew, no help. Alone for weeks, the men are caught in a tug-of-war between searching for gold and doing whatever it takes to survive.”


Geeking Out

I’m geeked out as our new show Geeking Out comes out in a couple of days!

You can check out episodes, here!

The only show hosted by a Stormtrooper and a Rebel pilot. Watch Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg on the special #GeekingOut premiere this Sunday at 10|9c on AMC

AMC has announced the arrival of a new late-night talk show, tentatively titled Geeking Out, hosted by Kevin Smith (Comic Book Men, Clerks) and Greg Grunberg (Heroes, Heroes Reborn, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens). The half-hour show will take a close look at pop-culture through the lens of the entertainment fanboy/fangirl, featuring talk, special clips, celebrity interviews, and remote segments.

The show is expected to premiere with a special episode covering Comic-Con International: San Diego in late July, with eight more episodes to run weekly starting in late summer.

According to Kevin Smith, “AMC has been my TV family for five seasons of Comic Book Men now, so I know that Geeking Out is in the perfect, fan-friendly network hands.”

“Kevin and Greg are both true fans of this content, and share a deep passion for talking about it, and engaging other fans about it. But it is their natural chemistry as hosts that really brings this idea together,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC.”