REALITY

BIG BREW THEORY
STUDIO: 44 Blue Productions
TEAM: Mark Wahlberg (ep) Stephen Levinson (ep), Stephanie Drachkovitch (ep), Bill Thompson (ep), Scott Dunlop (ep), Shelly Tatro (ep), Drew Tappon (ep), Lily Neumeyer (ep), Devon Graham (ep)
LOGLINE: Follows four quirky and highly intelligent MIT grad students who have pooled their life savings to achieve their dream of creating a home-grown microbrewery and team up with a beautiful MIT undergrad to launch their business.

8 MINUTES
STUDIO: Relativity Television
TEAM: Tom Forman (ep), Brad Bishop (ep), Drew Tappon (ep), Laurie Sharpe (ep)
LOGLINE: Each year 100,000 young women are forced into prostitution. Most will never escape. This fact put Kevin Brown and Greg Reese on a mission, and it’s one of the most dangerous, voyeuristic missions in the country. The former police officers’ organization, Safe Passage, helps save teenage girls from lives of sexual servitude. In each episode, the organization will make contact with a girl who is “in the life” and go undercover enabling hidden cameras to capture their operation. But they only have 8 minutes to complete the extraction – the amount of time the team safely has to convince the girl to leave with them and start a new life. The stakes are high as the threat of violence looms large.
CAST: Kevin Brown, Greg Reese

NIGHTWATCH
STUDIO: Wolf Reality/44 Blue Productions
TEAM: Rasha Drachkovitch (ep), Lily Neumeyer (ep), Devon Graham (ep)
LOGLINE: Follows the dangerous and hectic stretch between 9PM and 3AM when emergency responders come across the most unnerving cases. New Orleans is the backdrop for this nonfiction drama series where cameras have unlimited access to the city’s Fire Department and EMS Unit. Those who cover the night shift battle time and circumstance to save lives while they try to keep their own personal lives and relationships in order.

THE UNPRODUCEABLES
STUDIO: My Tupelo Entertainment
TEAM: Mark Efman (ep), Joe Townley (ep), Michael Yudin (ep), Fred Grinstein (ep) Evan Lerner (ep)
LOGLINE: Follows the dangerous and hectic stretch between 9PM and 3AM when emergency responders come across the most unnerving cases in New Orleans. Cameras have unlimited access to the city’s Fire Department and EMS Unit. Those who cover the night shift battle time and circumstance to save lives while they try to keep their own personal lives and relationships in order.

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