Primrose Hill Productions is a production company founded by British
Bruno Heller in 2008. It currently produces for Warner
Bruno Heller is under an overall deal.
Rome: A historical drama set in
Ancient Rome that primarily chronicles
the lives and deeds of the rich, powerful, and historically
significant, but also focuses on the lives, fortunes, families, and
acquaintances of two common men: Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo. They
both manage to witness and often influence many of the historical
events presented in the series. Although Primrose Hill Productions
wasn't created yet, the whole show was executive produced by Bruno
Heller, who also served as head writer.
The Mentalist: The show follows Patrick Jane (Simon Baker), a former
fake phychic who is now a consultant to the California Bureau of
Investigation (CBI), using the highly developed observational skills
he previously employed to "read" people's minds.
The Advocates: It centers on a female lawyer and a male ex-con who
team up as “victim advocates,” going to the edge of the law to
right wrongs and fight for the underdog. The pilot was passed by CBS.
Murder Bitches: It centers on two young female detectives who are
complete opposites, their relationship made more complicated by the
fact that one of them suffered a stroke two years ago at age 27.
They’re known on the force, in admiration and envy, as the Murder
Bitches. The pilot was written by Ashley Gable and Tom Szentgyorgyi.
They both worked in Bruno Heller's The Mentalist. CBS finally didn't
pick up the show.
Gotham: The series relates James Gordon's early days on the Gotham
City Police Department, and includes a young Bruce Wayne and the
origin stories of several Batman villains, including Penguin, Riddler,
Catwoman, Joker, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze, Hugo
Strange, Mad Hatter, and Ra's al Ghul.
Firewall: In the wake of personal tragedy, a charming but ruthless San
Francisco billionaire decides to use his wealth for good, putting
together a team of various experts to exact justice on criminals
who’ve slipped through the cracks of the legal system. The pilot was
written by Jeff Rake, who developed the show The Mysteries of Laura.
The pilot was finally passed by CBS.
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