James Younger has been tapped to head up a newly created unscripted unit at Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary's Revelations Entertainment...
Science has given a fourth-season greenlight. The Ten-episode season is set to debut next summer. Series is produced by Revelations Entertainment with Freeman, Lori McCreary and James Younger serving as exec producers.
The Magic of Belle Isle takes its time in a way that movies hardly ever do nowadays. It lulls and strokes you with a sensuous appreciation of lazy summer days in an everyday paradise where the anxieties of modern life are kept at bay.
...the story centers on a quartet of retired boomers who are called upon for a Las Vegas bachelor party by their friend...
The Guild of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles (BBBSLA) presents its annual Accessories for Success Spring Luncheon...
The three-part series will look at entrepreneurs seeking to embark on various ventures beyond Earth...
The actor is set to host the 2013 Laureus World Sports Awards in Rio de Janeiro.
Morgan Freeman to be honored for his many memorable roles in“Driving Miss Daisy,” “Million Dollar Baby” and “The Dark Knight” trilogy, among others.
Revelations Entertainment will produce “Life Itself” in association with Latitude Prods. Producers are Lori McCreary, Curtis Burch, Charlie Peters and Tracy Mercer. Freeman is exec producing.
CBS is putting in development a drama series about a fictional female Secretary of State. Madame Secretary, from Joan Of Arcadia creator Barbara Hall and Oscar winner Morgan Freeman .
Last month, the series was nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Non Fiction Series
The six-episode docuseries he hosts on Nat Geo, examining the notion of an afterlife, the apocalypse and evil. Freeman is also an E.P., alongside his Revelations Entertainment partner, Lori McCreary,
Producers Guild of America president Lori McCreary is calling for filmmakers to finish their movies and TV series in 4K and high dynamic range (HDR)
Freeman, who is also one of the show’s executive producers, directed the third season premiere, which starts with a possible exciting career change for Secretary Elizabeth McCord, played by actress Tea Leoni.
A briskly edited infotainment show with a kitchen sink approach – each episode whirls with talking heads, archival footage, animation, you name it – to debunk and give context to food myths and fling out snippets of history.
In its seventh season, which debuts at 10 p.m., the Science Channel show will explore such topics as "What Makes a Terrorist?"; "Are There More Than Two Sexes?"; and "Is Privacy Dead?"