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True crime is all the rage in Hollywood right now. While shows like “The First 48” have been fixtures on TV for years, the popularity of Netflix’s “Making A Murderer” and FX’s “American Crime Story: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson” has made the genre white-hot. And now CBS is getting in the game with “The Case of JonBenét Ramsay.” […]
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- Charles Dean
Get episode descriptions for Investigation Discovery's new I Am Homicide TV series, premiering Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 10:00pm Et. This true-crime program follows homicide Detective Garry McFadden. Fans may recognize McFadden from A&E's The First 48 TV show.
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Investigation Discovery has ordered the I Am Homicide TV series. A true-crime program, I Am Homicide features Detective Garry McFadden, as he works homicide cases. McFadden has also appeared on A&E's show, The First 48. I Am Homicide is set for a June premiere.
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Eilenberg takes over the post that was vacated last summer by producer Orly Adelson. ITV Entertainment is home to unscripted series including Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen,” E!’s “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” and A&E’s “The First 48.”
“David is one of the smartest, most well-liked and talented people in our business. With a vast creative and production background that encompasses breakthrough international franchises for network and cable alike, as well as being an experienced and artful buyer, David is in a unique position to lead ITV Entertainment,” ITV America president Montgomery said. “This is a time when the ability to adeptly and sensitively navigate a complex and changing TV landscape has never been more critical. In this regard, David Eilenberg is simply a home run for all of us at ITV. »
- Cynthia Littleton
A long-running labor dispute between ITV and the Writers Guild of America East has resulted in a settlement that will enable the two sides to return to the bargaining table.
ITV, which produces “The First 48” and “Four Weddings,” agreed to settle a case brought against it by the National Labor Relations Board. The guild had alleged that ITV violated federal labor law and directly undermined employees’ decision to join with the guild. The Nlrb had scheduled a trial that would have started on Monday.
Instead, ITV agreed to a settlement that will pay over $55,000 to current and former employees represented by the WGA; reinstate the $300/month stipend it terminated in January 2015 when it unilaterally implemented a health plan; and allow them to return to the bargaining table with the union.
“The most fundamental principle of collective bargaining is that an employer cannot change employees’ terms and conditions of employment unilaterally, »
- Dave McNary
The WGA East has won another battle in its five-year campaign to unionize the writer-producers at ITV Studios, which produces such reality shows as A&E's The First 48 and TLC's Four Weddings. In the latest twist in the industry's longest running organizing saga, the company has agreed to return to the bargaining table and settled a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board on the eve of a trial that had been set to go to trial in federal court today. The… »
6 items from 2016
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