Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (II) (1999–2000)
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Somebody throw Ben Silverman a lifeline … or at least something to clear up the former NBC/Universal co-chair’s memory. Silverman offered very foggy testimony on the witness stand Thursday morning at the trial of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” creator Celador International’s $270 million claim against Disney, ABC, Buena Vista Television and Valleycrest Productions. In fact, when it came to questions from the plaintiff’s attorney, Silverman&rsqu...
Ben Silverman won't take the stand until midday Thursday, but he’s already the star of Celador International’s case against Disney and it’s TV partners.
The makers of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” are looking to recoup $270 million they say was lost to Disney’s accounting black hole after the show was imported from the U.K. to the U.S.
Silverman, who was working at the London office of Willia...
As much as getting a piece of its 2010-11 schedule in place, though, the pickup is sending a message that NBC is a safe place to play again for people who make scripted dramas. That alone won't reverse a six-year ratings slump, but it's a start.
Following the short-lived and strange Ben Silverman era and the hot mess that was Jay Leno in primetime -- both of which caused grumbling and in some cases outright hostility in the creative community -- NBC signaled early this year that it was jumping back into scripted drama in a big way with shows like "Undercovers" (from J.J. Abrams and Josh Reims), a "Rockford Files" remake from "House" creator David Shore and shows from David E. Kelley,
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