Fueled by the imaginative ideas of its President and Chief Creative Officer Bruce Nash, Nash Entertainment has established a reputation over its trend-setting 17-year history as being one of the most creative, prolific and successful production companies in the entertainment world. Long before the genre reached the extraordinary level of popularity it enjoys today, U.S. television broadcasters recognized Mr. Nash as a pioneer in the emerging reality television business.
Nash Entertainment has consistently brought millions of viewers to the screen with its eye-popping "You Won't Believe Your Eyes!" brand of television. It first launched into unscripted television with such family friendly hits as "Before They Were Stars" and "Wow!: The Most Awesome Acts on Earth.” Then it was on to more sensationalistic, controversial programming with such classic reality hits as "Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed," "When Good Pets Go Bad," "Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon?" and "The Glutton Bowl: The World's Greatest Eating Competition." Next, Nash ventured into "reality comedy" with such audience favorites as "Meet My Folks" and "Who Wants To Be A Superhero?" Then it was on to relationship shows with the country's top-rated series "For Love or Money" and other hits like "Outback Jack" and "Who Wants To Marry My Dad?"
Nash Entertainment then revived the "caught-on-camera" clip show genre it helped to popularize years earlier with a new slew of hit shows like "Most Shocking," "Most Daring," "World's Most Amazing Videos" and "Top 20 Most Shocking," which currently airs on truTV (http://www.trutv.com/shows/top20_most_shocking/index.html).
Nash also made its mark in sports reality television with the four-time Sports Emmy-nominated “Amazing Sports Stories” series, and its documentary on the life of forgotten African American football pioneer Fritz Pollard proved instrumental in getting Pollard the credit he deserved-- election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Nash Entertainment's successful formula for creating and producing hit TV shows has not been limited to the U.S. Nash has become an international brand. Its shows and formats have sold throughout the world for many years and are timeless in their appeal.
The company is now expanding from TV to feature films with an eclectic slate of movie projects at various studios, including Warner Bros., Sony and DreamWorks.