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We produce reality television. Good reality television! (I feel the need to distinguish that!) This is a new company, being formed by two long-time producers with excellent reputations in the entertainment industry. We have both been producing non-scripted programming and documentaries for about a decade. We believe in quality programming and telling stories that bring people UP, not pull people down. We are not in the trash-reality-TV business. The founders of this company have produced shows such as "The Amazing Race," "The Biggest Loser," and "Extreme Makeover - Home Edition," as well as many cable shows. Our target audience is Hollywood at large - other production companies and television networks, as well as the television audience.
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Entertainment & The Arts
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Where the name "Tunnel Light Productions" came from: The light at the end of the tunnel means a lot of things to people. It represents birth, it represents death, it represents hope. It is an image I always use when I talk to my casts and to my producers about how we will approach a show. I tell them that every good story has conflict and resolution, and that means that I will keep cameras rolling and I will follow them into the dark tunnels of life. That said, I believe in producing content that brings light to people’s lives, not dark. My aim is to leave an audience feeling as if they have been lifted at the end of a show, not brought down. So while I may go down those tunnels, I will continue to roll cameras as they search for - and find - the light at the end of the tunnel. I want to see growth in my characters and in my stories. Whether comedy or drama, I will always look for content that demonstrates this journey. The light at the end of the tunnel is, in its essence, what good story telling is all about.