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A&E plans ani project, matchmaker series

10 January 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

PASADENA -- A&E Network has handed out its first animated pilot order to a project from the producers of Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist.

In addition, the network is going into production on an unscripted series focusing on matchmaker Patti Novak and has ordered a pilot of a show about unexplained phenomena that it calls the "real" X-Files. The announcements were made Tuesday during A&E's portion of the Television Critics Assn. winter press tour at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel.

Like Dr. Katz, Hollywood DMV will combine a workplace comic narrative with stand-up comedy, A&E said. The project will focus on the characters working at the DMV as they work out their petty office dramas and their bizarre personality defects; it also will feature stand-up comedy from characters standing in line who are played by actual comedians.

Hollywood DMV, from Popular Arts Entertainment, is executive produced by Tim Braine and Kevin Meagher. Robert Sharenow is executive producer and Colleen Conway is supervising producer for A&E.

A&E executive vp and general manager Bob DeBitetto said in an interview that the network is interested in animation for several reasons, including the desire to "capitalize" on the fact that its median age dropped to 45 last year and on some nights falls in the early 30s. »

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A&E plans ani project, matchmaker series

9 January 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

PASADENA -- A&E Network has handed out its first animated pilot order to a project from the producers of Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist.

In addition, the network is going into production on an unscripted series focusing on matchmaker Patti Novak and has ordered a pilot of a show about unexplained phenomena that it calls the "real" X-Files. The announcements were made Tuesday during A&E's portion of the Television Critics Assn. winter press tour at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel.

Like Dr. Katz, Hollywood DMV will combine a workplace comic narrative with stand-up comedy, A&E said. The project will focus on the characters working at the DMV as they work out their petty office dramas and their bizarre personality defects; it also will feature stand-up comedy from characters standing in line who are played by actual comedians.

Hollywood DMV, from Popular Arts Entertainment, is executive produced by Tim Braine and Kevin Meagher. Robert Sharenow is executive producer and Colleen Conway is supervising producer for A&E.

A&E executive vp and general manager Bob DeBitetto said in an interview that the network is interested in animation for several reasons, including the desire to "capitalize" on the fact that its median age dropped to 45 last year and on some nights falls in the early 30s. »

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