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Emmy-winning The Bold and the Beautiful Producer Ron Weaver Dies at 75

Emmy-winning producer of The Bold and the Beautiful and Sesame Street's The Children's Television Workshop, Ron Weaver, died Thursday at  age 75 in Los Angeles.

Weaver began with the soap, , a sister show to The Young and the Restless, when it started in 1987 and only left the show weeks ago in April after 27 years. He won three daytime Emmys for overseeing thousands of episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful, which follows the rich Californian Forresters family and is the most watched soap opera in the world.

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Emmy-winning The Bold and the Beautiful Producer Ron Weaver Dies at 75

Emmy-winning producer of The Bold and the Beautiful and Sesame Street's The Children's Television Workshop, Ron Weaver, died Thursday at  age 75 in Los Angeles.

Weaver began with the soap, , a sister show to The Young and the Restless, when it started in 1987 and only left the show weeks ago in April after 27 years. He won three daytime Emmys for overseeing thousands of episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful, which follows the rich Californian Forresters family and is the most watched soap opera in the world.

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Premiered: 1980, on PBS
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Premise: A daytime science-and-technology magazine for kids 8 to 12 from the Children's Television Workshop (`Sesame Street') with kid hosts (who changed from season to season) and a distinctive adventure segment in which `The Bloodhound Gang' used knowledge of scientific principles to solve crimes. Regular production ended in 1988, but occasional `3-2-1 Contact Extra' specials aired on PBS until 1992.

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