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On August 25, 2009 By Jamie Lynn Kern July 24, 2010
As I’m writing this post, I am watching the long-awaited premier of the L.A. season of Project Runway on its new network, Lifetime. Fans of the popular show had to wait for the lawsuit between NBC Universal and Weinstein Co., over the rights to move the show from the Bravo network, [...]Continue Reading →
On April 7, 2009 By JETLaw April 7, 2009
In September 2008, NBC, owner of Bravo, was granted a preliminary injunction against the Weinstein Company, creator and owner of Project Runway, stopping the show’s move from Bravo to Lifetime. The Weinstein Company had signed a deal moving Project Runway to Lifetime without offering NBC a last opportunity to match the [...]Continue Reading →
On September 30, 2008 By Elizabeth Renieris July 24, 2010
On Friday, September 26, 2008, a New York State Supreme Court judge granted NBC Universal (NBC) a preliminary injunction against the Weinstein Company, the creator of the Project Runway series, preventing NBC from promoting, marketing, or exhibiting the hit cable reality show until further notice.
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