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Bunim/Murray Productions

Bunim/Murray Productions is an entertainment production company based out of Van Nuys, California, and is considered a pioneer in the reality television genre. It is best known for The Real World, Road Rules, and Bad Girls Club. Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray co-founded Bunim/Murray after agent Mark Itkin of the William Morris Agency put the two together to develop a scripted soap opera for MTV. When that was too expensive, they decided to try an unscripted soap and The Real World was born. "We knew within 20 minutes of shooting that we had a show," Bunim said. The company has expanded into music management, managing the pop punk/emo band A Cursive Memory. In March 2010, the company was acquired by Banijay Entertainment.[1]

Contents

  • Current television shows 1
  • Past television shows 2
  • Films and documentaries 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current television shows

Past television shows

Films and documentaries

References

  1. ^ Schneider, Michael (25 March 2010). "Bunim-Murray acquired by Banijay; 'Real World' producer bought out by French co.".  

External links

  • Bunim/Murray Productions official website
  • Mary-Ellis Bunim at the Internet Movie Database
  • Official Website of The Real World
  • Official Website of Road Rules
  • Official Website of The Simple Life
  • Official Website of Valentine Road
  • Official Website of Billionaire
  • Official Website of Pedro
  • Official Website of Autism: The Musical



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