Stage 29 Productions
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|Founded 📆||November 28, 2005Los Angeles, California, United States in|
|Founder 👔||Jay McGraw|
Area served 🗺️
|Jay McGraw (Co-founder, President & CEO)|
Dr. Phil (Co-founder)
|Products 📟||Dr. Phil|
The Amber Rose Show
Number of employees
Stage 29 Productions is a television production company founded by writer and executive producer, Jay McGraw and his father, television personality, author, psychologist, and host Dr. Phil McGraw. The company takes its name from the stage number at Paramount Pictures where Phil McGraw's eponymous talk show is recorded.
In August 2017, Stage 29 Productions entered into a first-look development deal with CBS Television Studios and will exclusively develop programming for new scripted dramas and comedies for broadcast and online streaming platforms.
In September 2017, Stage 29 Productions partnered with the Daily Mail to launch DailyMailTV.
- Bull (with Amblin Television, Picturemaker Productions, Atelier Paul Attanasio and CBS Television Studios) (2016–)
- DailyMailTV (2017–)
- The Doctors (2008–)
- Dr. Phil (2002–)
- The Amber Rose Show (with Behind Her Shades Entertainment) (2016)
- Decision House (2007)
- Face the Truth (2018–19)
- The Test (2013–14)
- A Dr. Phil Primetime Special: Caged? (2007)
- Moochers (2006)
- Dr. Phil and Robin Present a Real World Afterschool Partnership (2006)
- A Dr. Phil Primetime Special: Love Smart (2006)
- A Dr. Phil Primetime Special: Escaping Addiction (2005)
- A Dr. Phil Primetime Special: Family First (2004)
- "Stage 29 Productions". Stage 29 Productions. Retrieved 30 November 2017.
- Otterson, Joe (22 August 2017). "Dr. Phil's Stage 29 Productions Inks First-Look Deal With CBS TV Studios, Names Julia Eisenman Head of Scripted TV". Variety. Retrieved 1 December 2017.
- Petski, Denise (12 January 2018). "Dr. Phil McGraw-Produced 'DailyMailTV' Renewed For Second Season". Retrieved 12 February 2020.
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