Emmy- and Peabody Award-winner Beth Aala will direct, and Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Justin Wilkes and Sara Bernstein will executive produce for Imagine Documentaries. Lydia Tenaglia, Chris Collins and Joe Caterini will executive produce for Zero Point Zero, and Samuel Roseme will serve as executive producer for Black Bicycle Entertainment. Caroline Waterlow, Chris Cechin-De la Rosa and Erika Olde will also produce.
Elvis Mitchell—a Highland Park native and Los Angeles establishment—isn’t just a multi-hyphenate film critic (and interviewer and programmer): he’s also a consulting producer on the critically-acclaimed ongoing superhero series “Black Lightning” and the writer of “The Black List,” an inviting 2008 documentary about modern African-American public figures. Now, Mitchell is the star of “Elvis Goes There,” a four-part docuseries now airing on EPIX. On the show, Mitchell interviews filmmakers in their natural (or preferred) habitats—like Sofia Coppola in Paris or Ryan Coogler in Oakland—in compelling interview segments that sound like human conversations and appropriately look like cinematic scenes from a movie-lover-centric version of “No Reservations” (one of Mitchell’s primary influences).
"Our fans and viewers did it again! The first fugitive on the very first episode of In Pursuit has been captured and will be brought to justice," said host and executive producer, John Walsh. "A victim's family doesn't have to look over their shoulders anymore. Luis Frias, wanted for the murder of his ex-wife Janett Reyna, has been apprehended in Mexico from a direct tip from one of our brave ID viewers and thanks to our great partners, the U.S. Marshals. Keep looking out for each other out there, and I promise, we will keep listening."
Elvis Goes There is a four-episode, one-hour series that follows renowned journalist Elvis Mitchell as he travels with A-list filmmakers and actors to places of inspiration. The series airs on EPIX on Mondays at 10 p.m.
Zero Point Zero co-founders Lydia Tenaglia and Chris Collins along with the crew share special memories about the creation of the series and their process to complete the final season of Anothony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.
In Pursuit With John Walsh leads viewers through unsolved violent crimes where time is of the essence. Joining Walsh is his son, Callahan Walsh, who leads the operation on the ground, working with the community and local authorities to search for persons-of-interest. The 12-part series examines each unique story, sharing current interviews with surviving family members and friends, chasing down new clues and reviewing evidence, as well as utilizing the ID viewers at home to help solve the cases.
Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Craig H. Shepherd, Ted Schillinger and Shawn Cuddy are executive producers for Zero Point Zero.
The untitled project follows comedian and former renegade New York City tour bus guide Dillon as he leads an increasingly bewildered group of tourists on a Willy Wonka-esque bus ride through the most misunderstood towns and cities in America.
Zero Point Zero's Chris Collins, Craig H. Shepherd and Michael Steed executive produce with Tim Dillon and Brian Stern for AGI Entertainment.
Premiering Monday, February 4, 2019 at 10pm, the four-episode, one-hour series follows renowned journalist Elvis Mitchell as he travels with A-list filmmakers and actors to places of inspiration around the world with unprecedented access, exploring how each location shaped their work and identity.
Premiering in 2019 with six new episodes featuring to be announced guests. David Letterman hosts the show. Lydia Tenaglia, Sandy Zweig, Chris Collins, and Chris Cechin-De la Rosa executive produce for Zero Point Zero Productions along with Tom Keaney and Mary Barclay for Worldwide Pants.
In over 17 years of traveling the world filming food, we have always been drawn to the connective tissue that brings people together. No other food bridges borders, language, and taste more so than the humble but delicious fry.
Set to be directed by Emmy and James Beard Award-winner Michael Steed, Fries! will be his first documentary feature as a director. Zero Point Zero co-founders Lydia Tenaglia and Chris Collins will also executive produce.