Fox is going back to So You Think You Can Dance. The network has renewed the summer staple for a 12th season with a new twist.
NEW “STAGE VS. STREET” FORMAT INTENSIFIES COMPETITION --
FOX has renewed the Emmy Award-winning So You Think You Can Dance for a 12th season. The show will return in the summer of 2015 with a dramatic new twist!
They may have begun as Court TV, but now they have shows like 'Friends of the People,' 'Barmageddon,' 'Breaking Greenville,' 'Branson Famous' and CORE-produced 'Hair Jacked'
The "Season 11 So You Think You Can Dance Tour" kicked off at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans Wednesday, October 1, 2014. The tour crosses the United States and Canada with more than 70 stops and features season 11's top 10 finalists
Check out scenes from the upcoming show, the preview special, and information about the cast.
NBCUniversal cable net Bravo has penciled in the premiere of unscripted series Euros of Hollywood for November 3.
Pop, set to launch in 2015 out of what is currently known as TVGN, said it would launch six new original series when it debuts in 2015, including CORE-produced "Sing It On"
The reality show featuring a family matchmakers is in development at the cabler.
The season comes to a close with a great finale show on Fox and a new rock-and-roll voice on top.
The lifestyle site's upcoming series include CORE Media Group collaborations "#FullDisclosure" and "Best Birthday Ever -- With The Coop."
The CORE Media Group competition program is part of the network's recently unvelied slate of new series and returning shows.
The show, from CORE Media Group and Hazy Mills, features unsuspecting contestants who have the chance to win cash prizes, all while getting a haircut.
The two year deal covers Mandel and his Alevy Productions' executive producing services on all scripted and unscripted TV and digital projects.
The unscripted project is part of the cable network's ambitious slate of original programming.
The U.K.-based format creation house is behind "Celebrity Juice" and "Geordie Shore."
Pact calls for the development and production of scripted and non-scripted projects.
Former Head of Development at Zodiak will work on unscripted shows as CORE continues to grow its operations.
CORE Media Group and Rhett Bachner and Brien Meagher, partners at B17 Entertainment, announced today that they have joined forces to develop and produce non-ficition programming.
CORE will fund the development and production of scripted shows for Canada, the U.S. and around the world. Halfire-CORE Entertainment ignites CORE's entrance into the scripted market.
Deal furthers Core's expansion of production operations
Core has inked a multiyear production and consulting pact with Rob Lee and his Bayonne Entertainment. Lee will develop and produce all his future television and digital projects through Core...