The move is the latest change at ViacomCBS following the merger and comes after the company revealed that its upcoming streaming service is to be called Paramount+.
As part of the move, the network has cancelled a slew of non-scripted titles including Ink Master, Wife Swap and Battle of the Fittest Couples, while other titles including Bar Rescue and Lip Sync Battle will move to other ViacomCBS networks.
Chris McCarthy, President of Entertainment and Youth Brands at ViacomCBS, told Deadline’s sister title Variety, which broke the news, that it is planning to air 52 original movies a year on the network with one mini-series or scripted series per quarter.
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Last September at the Creative Arts Emmys, Norman Lear became the oldest Emmy winner in history with a victory in the category of Outstanding Variety Special (Live) for Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All In the Family’ And ‘The Jeffersons’. He was 97 at the time.
A year later, Lear, 98, set a new benchmark with a repeat in the same category for the second installment of the Live In Front of a Studio Audience franchise, Live In Front Of A Studio Audience: ‘All In The Family’ And ‘Good Times’.
Bobby Lovgren is among a select group of animal handlers, trainers, and wranglers in the entertainment industry, many of whom live in the northern L.A. County community of Acton, where he owns a small horse ranch.
Please click the video to see this extraordinary video of Bobby Lovgren and his specialty horses, many who will be stars in Winds of Dakota. WOW!!