Spike TV plans scripted comedy series

Spike TV plans scripted comedy series

NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (UPI) -- Spike TV says it plans to air an original scripted U.S. comedy series called "Blue Mountain State," starting in January.

Analysis: 'Internet addiction' growing

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) -- The Internet is where we spend more and more of our time, but for a growing number of people, it is becoming an out-of-control habit rather than a necessary part of life.

Murphy, Robbins eye third comedy project

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 4 (UPI) -- Hollywood actor Eddie Murphy is in talks to reunite with Brian Robbins, his "Norbit" director, for the new big-screen comedy, "A Thousand Words."

Director: Kids helped hire 'Shaggy' dog

NEW YORK, March 5 (UPI) -- Director Brian Robbins says his two young sons helped hire the canine star of his new family flick, "The Shaggy Dog."

Prolific producers move to NBC from Disney

LOS ANGELES, June 29 (UPI) -- Disney-owned Touchstone Television has lost the prolific producing team of Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins to NBC Universal TV Studio.

From 'Sex' to Disney

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15 (UPI) -- After a six-year run on "Sex and the City," Kristin Davis is in talks to star in Disney's remake of "The Shaggy Dog," The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.

Searching for 'Parent Trap' twins

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 29 (UPI) -- ABC is searching for adolescent identical twins to star in an upcoming series based on the classic "Parent Trap" film, Zap2It.com reported Monday.
Brian Robbins
Executive producer and director of the film Brian Robbins attends the Los Angeles premiere of "Norbit" held at the Mann Village Theatre in Los Angeles on February 8, 2007. (UPI Photo/ Phil McCarten)

Brian Robbins (born November 22, 1963) is an American actor and producer, director and screenwriter. He often collaborates with Mike Tollin.

Born Brian Levine in Brooklyn, New York, Robbins began his career in Auburn, Alabama. As an actor, he is probably best known from his role as Eric Mardian on the ABC sitcom Head of the Class. He also hosted the children's version of the TV game show Pictionary in 1989. In the 1990s, he started producing All That and its spin-offs on Nickelodeon. He has produced several sports movies including Coach Carter and Hardball (2001). He currently produces Smallville and also produced One Tree Hill (TV series)

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