Acquires 50% Stake in Games Developer MX Digital
LOS ANGELES, Dec 18, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television (BHE TV) today announced the acquisition of a 50% equity stake in MX Digital, a leading games developer.
Established in 2008, MX Digital is a leading developer of interactive, casino, and betting games that are delivered on a variety of online and mobile platforms. With offices in Los Angeles, Buenos Aries, and Miami, MX develops and distributes games in more than 20 countries. With a heavy focus on proven brands, they are industry-leaders in game design, game marketing and promotion.
See Dad Run welcomed special guest stars Tom Bergeron and Big Time Rush's James Maslow this past Sunday. Check out the press coverage in support of their appearances and other recent coverage including TVGuide.com and Parade Magazine. Enjoy!
Scott Baio fans were treated to a glimpse of his brand new series this past weekend! Check out the continued press coverage leading up to the series premiere on Sunday, including interviews with Scott on the Today Show, The Insider and VH1’s Big Morning Buzz. Much more to come!
Scott Baio's long-awaited return to the sitcom world is almost here! Check out the first round of press coverage leading up to the series premiere of See Dad Run, including an interview with Scott in this week's TV Guide, coverage in Entertainment Weekly and exclusives on EW.com, TV Guide.com and Hollywood Life. More to come!
New Series Marks Expansion of truTV's Popular "Hardcore Pawn" Franchise
truTV's enormously popular Hardcore Pawn franchise is about to expand with an all-new series set in Chicago. The network has greenlit Hardcore Pawn: Chicago, which comes to truTV from Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment (The Catalina and The Devils Ride), with Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey serving as executive producers. truTV has ordered nine half-hour episodes of the series, which is set to premiere later this year.
Scott Baio announced his homecoming to Nick at Nite with the debut of See Dad Run at TCA! Check out the press coverage from Friday’s panel, including stories on USAToday.com and New York Times:
TLC and Discovery order additional seasons of their respective series. while VH1 schedules "Hollywood Exes."
TLC is taking its makeover series What Not to Wear into its tenth season.
The network announced Tuesday that the fashion series, starring Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, will air another 26-episode run starting in Jan. 2013. Based on a British format of the same name, What Not to Wear has aired on TLC since 2003. The most recent season has averaged 1.3 million viewers.
Elsewhere, Discovery has renewed the freshman unscripted series The Devils Ride for a second season. Averaging just north of a 2 million weekly viewers, the Bischoff Hervey Entertainment production about a San Diego motorcycle club concludes its current run on Tuesday night.
In premieres, VH1 has locked down a date for reality docu-drama Hollywood Exes. The 10-episode season kicks off June 27, at 9 p.m., and stars relatively famous divorcees Nicole Murphy (ex-wife of Eddie Murphy), Jessica Canseco (ex-wife of Jose Canseco), Sheree Fletcher (ex-wife of Will Smith), Mayte Garcia (ex-wife of Prince) and Andrea Kelly (ex-wife of R. Kelly).
DISCOVERY RENEWS ‘THE DEVILS RIDE’ FOR SECOND SEASON
Season Finale Airs Tonight at 10pm e/p after an all new DEADLIEST CATCH
Discovery announced today renewal of its hit Tuesday night series - THE DEVILS RIDE for a second season. THE DEVILS RIDEgoes inside the world of motorcycle clubs with the members of San Diego’s The Laffing Devils. Airing after DEADLIEST CATCH, THE DEVILS RIDE averaged over 2 million viewers each week. Produced for Discovery by Bischoff Hervey Entertainment with Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey serving as Executive Producers, THE DEVILS RIDE wraps up with its season finale tonight at 10pm e/p as the club sees a final showdown between ex-president Gipsy and new club head Billy the Kid.
All season long trouble as been brewing within the club's ranks as members were forced to take sides between the warring leaders. And while power struggles persist, personal struggles tear at the club's war vets, many of whom wrestle with post-traumatic stress. One club member won't be returning next season as The Laffing Devils say goodbye to one of their own in a tragic death during tonight's season finale.
For Discovery Channel, David Pritikin is Executive Producer of THE DEVILS RIDE.
Yesterday, I was captioning video from The Devils Ride: Sinister Moves, when I came upon a scene of a band playing in the Laffing Devils clubhouse.
"Holy crap," I thought. "This is AWESOME. Who IS this?"
Well, it's ATTIKA 7, and its members include Evan Seinfeld (ex-Biohazard), Rusty Coones and Tony Campos (Static-X, Ministry, Prong).
For Immediate Release
ATTIKA 7, the Hard Rock “supergroup” featuring Evan Seinfeld (ex-Biohazard), and master bikebuilder/badass Rusty Coones, performed their track “Crackerman” Tuesday on a new episode of the hit Discovery show “The Devil’s Ride”.
Tune in to The Discovery Channel's new hit motorcycle club series, The Devil's Ride, tonight (June 5) to witness Attika 7's Seinfeld and Coones premiere select tracks from their Blood of My Enemies album. The episode, featuring a previously recorded live performance with exclusive, never-before-heard tracks, will air tomorrow at 10pm ET/PT.
Blood of My Enemies is set for a July 31 release via Rocket Science Ventures.
New Full-Length ATTIKA 7 Album ‘Blood Of My Enemies’ Hits Stores on July 31, 2012
Tune in to The Discovery Channel’s new hit motorcycle club series, ‘The Devil’s Ride’, next week for ATTIKA 7’s world premiere of select tracks appearing on the band’s upcoming full-length album, Blood Of My Enemies. The episode, featuring a previously recorded live performance with exclusive, never-before-heard tracks, will air on June 5, 2012 at 10pm ET/PT. The series often features ATTIKA 7 guitarist Rusty Coones and will include music from the band’s new album throughout the rest of the season.
It's all over some pretty incendiary comments made by "Sons" creator Kurt Sutter -- aimed at the stars of "The Devils Ride" ... a Discovery Channel reality show about the Laffing Devils motorcycle club in San Diego.
Tuesday, May 22 was another big night for Discovery Channel, with perennial favorite DEADLIEST CATCH and new series THE DEVIL’S RIDE the top two original cable programs among men.
DEADLIEST CATCH has been in the #1 spot among Men every week this season (7 weeks in a row), and this third episode of THE DEVIL’S RIDE was its highest-rated telecast to date.
DEADLIEST CATCH earned a 2.27 household and a 2.08 in persons 25-54, delivering 3.25 million viewers P2+; excluding NBA Playoffs, Season 8’s seventh episode was the #1 primetime cable telecast among HH, P2+, P18+, P/M25-54 and P/M18-49 delivery. THE DEVIL’S RIDE earned a 1.11 household and a 1.03 persons 25-54 rating, delivering 1.55 million viewers P2+.
A premiere, two-hour DEADLIEST CATCH and an all-new THE DEVILS RIDE continue next Tuesday, May 29.
For the sixth week in a row DEADLIEST CATCH was the #1 primetime cable telecast among Person and Men 25-54 and Men 18-49 delivery (excluding NBA Playoffs on TNT).
In its second week, THE DEVILS RIDE rev'd a 1.07 household and a 0.99 in persons 25-54 delivering 1.49 million viewers P2+. The 10pm May 15th DEVILS RIDE premiere episode, Vegas Repo Mission, was the #2 original primetime cable telecast among Men 25-54 and Men 18-49 in delivery, behind only DEADLIEST CATCH (excludes NBA Playoffs on TNT).