Want to see Mark Burnett's hit miniseries The Bible on the big screen? Your shot is almost here.
Twentieth Century Fox is set to release Son of God, a new feature film cut of the 10-part History Channel project, on Feb. 28, 2014, the studio announced Tuesday.
Mark Burnett on The Bible sequel and how it landed at NBC
Son of God will feature ...
TNT has ordered a new cooking competition series from Mark Burnett that will let viewers actually taste the winning dish, the network announced Monday.
Each episode of On the Menu will center on a different food business — restaurant chains, theme parks, etc. — where amateur cooks will work with professional chefs to create the business' next signature menu item....
Mark Burnett is blasting into the heavens with NBC. The reality maestro's new space reality show, as first reported by TV Guide Magazine, has found a home at the Peacock network.
Burnett and Sir Richard Branson are behind Space Race, in which ordinary people will compete for a ride on one of Branson's first Virgin Galactic suborbital space flights. The winner will take off on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo from Spaceport America in New Mexico, perhaps as soon as next year.
Mark Burnett hasn't given up on his space dreams. According to multiple sources, Burnett is pitching a show to networks that would send the winner on one of Virgin Galactic's first suborbital space flights.
Insiders say a bidding war among several networks is already underway for the project, which would give an ordinary citizen the chance to fly into space. The winner would take off on Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo from Spaceport America in New Mexico — perhaps as soon as...
As NBC executives pray for a ratings win, producer Mark Burnett may have just passed them a Hail Mary.
Burnett and his wife, producer-actress Roma Downey, will produce for the network A.D.: Beyond the Bible, a sequel to their hugely popular miniseries The Bible — and Burnett doesn't see it as a one-off. "There's no reason this shouldn't run 10 years," he tells TV Guide Magazine.
It won't come cheap. NBC made an aggressive bid for the sequel, knocking other contenders (including History, which aired The Bible) out of the running. But a History spokesperson says the channel passed on A.D., adding, "We're about what's next."