Anyone who regularly watches Jimmy Kimmel Live already knows that Project Greenlight alum Matt Damon has been a long-running gag. But after years of being bumped off the show as a result of “not enough time,” Matt finally got his revenge. What happens when Jimmy Kimmel’s show is hijacked? Mass hilarity, that’s what!
As the acclaimed filmmaking documentary series "Project Greenlight" debuts on Bravo on Tuesday, March 15, America Online will offer the entire premiere episode free on the Web simultaneously with its West Coast broadcast airing at 9:00 PM, PT/12:00AM, ET, as well as throughout the week. The episode will be available to view online through the AOL.com Web site (aol.com/television) and the AOL service (AOL Keyword: Television). Throughout the season, America Online will also post weekly episodic clips from the series, and will simulcast the season finale on May 10.
"Online streaming is the perfect medium to drive consumer awareness and sampling simultaneously," said Jason Klarman, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Bravo. "It complements our overall efforts to drive viewers to the premiere, transforming the content into the perfect buzz-making vehicle."
Bravo Press Release – On Tuesday, March 15 at 9:00 PM, in partnership with Miramax Television ("Project Runway"), Bravo will launch the long-awaited third season of "Project Greenlight," the Emmy nominated and critically-acclaimed filmmaking contest and behind-the-scenes documentary series that chronicles the challenges of first-time-writers and directors given the opportunity of a lifetime. For the show’s third season, partners LivePlanet and Miramax are creating a series and a film that will revolve around a horror genre script (the past two season’s films were based on coming of age stories).