Oct 12, 2012
After working in the skateboarding industry for nearly 20 years, Rob Dyrdek has taken his talents into the TV arena with Wild Grinders.
After working in the skateboarding industry for nearly 20 years, Rob Dyrdek has taken his talents into the TV arena with Wild Grinders. The show is featured among the top offerings from Home Plate Entertainment. Bill Schultz, the CEO and executive producer at Home Plate Entertainment, says that securing additional sales on Wild Grinders is one of his main priorities for the coming market.
“We will also introduce finished episodes of Teenage Fairytale Dropouts with distributor CCI Entertainment and our great co-producers, Anima, SLR and Telegael,” says Schultz. “This is an example of a show we brought to market two years ago as a pre-buy and those that came on board gave input and now we have what I feel is going to be the top new animated series of the market.” Home Plate is also excited to introduce the market to the new animated comedy Cosmic Surfari. Schultz says that the company is cautious about exposing shows to early, because “timing is everything!”