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On today’s TV news broadcast, Bravo announced the premiere date of “The True Hosts of New Jersey” season 11, and Disney Channel booked the third season of “Big City Greens”.


Disney Channel has ordered the third season of its animated series The Greens in the Big City. Serial creators and executive producers Chris and Shane Houghton are expanding their role through a joint contract with Disney Television Animation. Currently in its second season, “Big City Greens” follows the story of a 10 year old green cricket, who moves with his family from a village to a big city outside the city.


Bravo’s “True Hosts of New Jersey” will return for Season 11 on February 17th. In the upcoming season, Teresa Judice will start a new chapter in her life after the end of her marriage and the death of her father. Meanwhile Melissa Gorga will focus on changing the relationship with her husband and children. Other performers include Margaret Josephs, Dolores Catania, Jackie Goldschneider and Jennifer Aydin. Watch the trailer here.

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Amazon Prime Video has announced a new sports documentary series “All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs”. The Multi-Series Series features a behind-the-scenes look at the Canadian ice hockey team during the 2020-2021 National Hockey League season. This series will add players, coaches, and management to the pursuit of the Stanley Cup championship. The series originates from Amazon Studios and is co-produced with NHL Original Productions and Cream Films.

Executive News

In his new role, Hayes will lead the network’s premier brand marketing and implementation strategy. Hayes will report to Chief Marketing Officer Kimberly Page.

First Look Media appointed Jen O’Connell-Robertson as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Monica Bloom as Vice President of Marketing. O’Connell-Robertson, who comes from PBS Distribution, will lead overall marketing strategy for the company’s thematic studios, Topic, The Intercept, Field of Vision, and the Press Freedom Fund. Based on Tribeca’s shortlist, Bloom will support O’Connell-Robertson’s work and focus on monitoring live consumer growth for B2B streaming, themed and branded campaigns for First Look Media’s entertainment division.