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Dwayne Johnson, Pitbull, Drew Barrymore Developing Projects for MTV

21 April 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

MTV has hit the gas on development under the regime installed last fall when former Discovery digital exec Sean Atkins took over as president.

The cabler unveiled more than a dozen new series and specials on tap for the coming year. It also touted another nine development prospects, ranging from a comedic spin on movie news exec produced by Dwayne Johnson to a scripted projects shepherded by Pitbull and Drew Barrymore.

MTV is hoping to dazzle advertising buyers with the breadth of its new slate as its upfront presentation Thursday night at Manhattan’s Skylight at Moynihan Station event space. MTV needs to generate some heat as it has suffered steep ratings declines during the past two years.

“Greatest Movie Show of All Time, This Week” is billed as a weekly comedy talk show that takes on movie news through interviews, sketches and panel discussions. It’s produced by Johnson »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Amazon Backs New Films From Jill Soloway, Barry Levinson, Tamara Jenkins, And More, Plus Launch First Live Show

8 March 2016 3:21 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

In case you need a reminder how flush and competitive the TV landscape is at the moment: Netflix is spending $5 billion dollars on programming this year. So, if you want to keep pace, you have to throw down some cash, and that's exactly what their rivals Amazon are doing. Today it emerged that the online retailer is backing a whole new slate of feature films. From "Transparent" creator Jill Soloway (who is already brewing a new comedy for Amazon titled "I Love Dick"), the studio is developing “Ten Aker Wood,” a coming-of-age story about a woman who leaves her failing marriage and life on a pot farm, and falls in love a biker and his lifestyle. Tamara Jenkins (“The Savages,” “Slums of Beverly Hills”) is working on the drama “Private Life” about a woman in her 40s who will do anything to have a child. Meanwhile, Barry Levinson has a »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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