Jack Osbourne is the President of Osbourne Media and is best known from MTV's reality show The Osbourne's, SyFy's Haunted Highway, and currently, A+E Network's hit World Detour with Ozzy and Jack. Jack has not only starred in multiple series but also developed and produced original unscripted content, including NatGeo Wild's Alpha Dogs, NatGeo's Surviving the Apocalypse, along with various pilots and development projects for Bravo, CBS, A&E, MTV, WeTV and Style.
Peter Glowski was brought on as VP of Development and Production shortly after Osbourne Media inked a co-pro deal with T Group Productions. His sharp sense of humor, creativity and blue-collar bones make him a refreshing addition to the development world and his production experience covers several genres, from humor to science, drama to game shows. He's produced some of the TV's biggest hits, including ABC's Dancing with the Stars, NBC's Deal or No Deal, Bravo's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and has developed concepts and pilots for TLC, MTV, E!, SPIKE, TruTV, NatGeo and CBS. Jack and Peter serve as Executive Producers on all Osbourne Media projects.
Former Disney-ABC executive Ann Lewis Roberts and her recently launched production company Roberts Media joined T Group in 2015 in a co-production deal. A unique blend of strategic television executive and creative producer, Ann brings a proven track record of success as a creator, buyer and seller. With roots as a journalist, Ann’s eye for storytelling is at the center of everything she does. Under the deal, Roberts will create, develop and produce unscripted programming with a focus on packaging, formats and talent-driven projects to be co-produced with T Group in the U.S., Canada and the UK. Roberts and Jenny Daly, president of T Group, will serve as executive producers on all series.
ANN LEWIS ROBERTS
Simon Lythgoe, President and founder of Legacy Productions, has received three Emmy nominations for his work on “American Idol” and one Producers Guild of America nomination and in 2006 received a People’s Choice Award for “American Idol.”
British-born Simon came to the United States from Australia in 2001 to produce “American Idol” after successfully completing work on “Popstars,” an Australian talent competition and ancestor of the juggernaut known as “American Idol.” Lythgoe had already amassed an impressive list of television credits, including work on the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the Seven Network’s long-running drama, “Home and Away,” and “Late Night with David Letterman.” Since his arrival in the U.S., Simon has produced six seasons of “American Idol,” three seasons of “So You Think You Can Dance,” and Mark Burnett’s “On the Lot,” a series developed for Fox. In 2007, Simon was recruited by “American Idol” producer Fremantle Media to co-executive produce CMT’s “Can You Duet” and “Celebrity Family Feud.” Lythgoe has consulted on “America’s Got Talent”and “Let’s Make a Deal.” He has also worked extensively in Fremantle’s development department.
Madica is a development and production company that was formed in 2013 as a partnership between former Miramax and FremantleMedia executive Jeff Tahler and A-list PR Firm Sunshine Sachs. Our longstanding relationships with leaders in all facets of entertainment paired with our unique perspective on how content is consumed enables Madica Productions to create smart, targeted stories. Madica develops and produces content both for Sunshine Sachs clients as well as original concepts across all platforms.
Madica produced the People.com series “The Castle Next Door, The Novogratz Family Takes Hollywood” as well as the HBO documentary “Abortion: Stories Women Tell” and the PBS American Masters documentary “America’s First Foodie – The Incredible Life of James Beard”.
Scott Weiner and Paul Reaney each boasts decades of experience producing shows for both American and international broadcasters, cable companies, and syndicators, as well as creating brand content for some of the biggest companies including Time Inc, P&G, Coke, Kellogg’s, and SCJohnson. They have been part of the launches of worldwide franchises including America’s Got Talent, The Wendy Williams Show, and The Chase.
Green Couch Entertainment
Green Couch Entertainment
EveryWhere Studios is a partnership between former founder and Chairman of Helifilms David Calvert-Jones and veteran TV executive, Tom Mazza.The team brings a track record of award-winning TV movies/series and feature films and extensive experience in film and TV financing to the EWS mission: to develop a slate of studio-quality, mass appeal, family friendly entertainment content.