(Hollywood, California--October 3, 2013) Schweet Entertainment, a full-service television production company headed by executive producers Rob Worsoff, Jack Osbourne and Brian Wendel, has opened production offices at historic Hollywood Center Studios. Producers of the hit National Geographic series Alpha Dogs, Schweet is currently developing new series for National Geographic, A&E, the Style Network and E! The company recently produced video for the 2013 World Tour of Black Sabbath. It earlier produced the theatrical documentary "God Bless Ozzy Osbourne."
Worsoff is a veteran show runner, whose credits include Duck Dynasty, Millionaire Matchmaker, Auction Hunters
and The Biggest Loser
. Osbourne, originally gained fame through his role in MTV’s The Osbournes
and later appeared in numerous other television shows and films, before seguing into a producer role. Wendel has headed post-production operations for such shows as Undercover Boss, The Biggest Loser
and Beauty and the Geek.
“We’re a full-service television production company,” says Worsoff. “We’re three longtime friends with a combined 30 plus years of entertainment industry experience. We’ve worked on and created some of unscripted television’s biggest hits –and our goal is to create many, many more!”
Hollywood Center Studios provides the company with a central location, access to an array of production and post-production resources and unique ambiance. “It’s got a good vibe,” says Osbourne. “We really liked the garden offices, and love the history. It captured our hearts from the very beginning.”
HCS also offers plenty of room to expand as Schweet’s shows move from development into production. “We can come and go easily; the place is bright and sunny,” Wendel observes. “The whole thing just works.”
About Hollywood Center Studios
Hollywood Center Studios has a rich and colorful history that mirrors the development of Hollywood and the growth of the entertainment industry. The studio has played host to some of the most notable productions of the past century, including such iconic television shows as I Love Lucy, The Addams Family, Jeopardy, Rockford Files
and Mad TV
, and classic film productions such as When Harry Met Sally
and The Player
. In recent years, Hollywood Center Studios has continued to grow and modernize to support its large television clientele which includes Disney, NBC, Comedy Central and MTV. Hollywood Center Studios remains a vital part of the Hollywood community and a place where entertainment history continues to be made every day.
Hollywood Center Studios is located at 1040 N. Las Palmas Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90038. For more information, visit http://www.HollywoodCenter.com