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Amazon Greenlights Five New Kids' Series Pilots

A preschool whodunit. A hilarious friendship between dirty trucks. An epic quest to defeat darkness. An ousted crowd who navigates middle school cafeteria dynamics. And a trio who discover the power of magic.

These are the five kids’ stories Amazon Studios has ordered to pilot, officially announced today. Early next year, all five will showcase their first episodes for viewer feedback on Amazon Instant Video.

During the last kids’ pilot season, one of the highest-rated pilots was Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street, which was created by pre-school teacher David Anaxagoras, a first-time writer who was discovered through Amazon Studios’ open-door submission process. In November, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street will launch as a full series on Amazon Prime.

In a few months, viewers will have the chance to discover the next hit kids show. “We’re very excited to be working with such talented creative minds
See full article at Hollywonk »

NBC Universal Bringing Back Some of Our Favorite TV Shows Via Digital Comics!

We all have TV shows that we wish were still on the air. Well, apparently the people at NBC Universal and Lion Force Comics are going to try to do something about that. NBC Universal announced today that they are going to revive some of our favorite shows from the '80s and '90s in comic form.

Browse the press release below and enjoy!

NBCUniversal, one of the world's premier media and entertainment companies, has partnered with digital publisher Lion Forge Comics to develop licensed comic books based on popular TV shows from the 1980s and 90s. Under the agreement licensed through the NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products Group, Lion Forge will write, develop and publish digital comics based on the following shows:- "Airwolf"

- "Knight Rider"

- "Miami Vice"

- "Punky Brewster"

- "Saved by the Bell""Partnering with the team at Lion Forge to bring classic TV properties
See full article at GeekTyrant »

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