Bob Stewart founded Bob Stewart Productions in 1964 after leaving Goodson-Todman. His sons Barry, Sande, and David later joined in 1973 and formed "Basada, Inc.". Sande was made creative consultant. Bob Stewart semi-retired in 1987 and Sande took control. In 1990, it was renamed to Stewart Television. After the cancellation of The $100,000 Pyramid hosted by John Davidson, Bob Stewart fully retired in 1992, and sold Stewart Television to Sony in 1994. Sande in the meantime went solo and produced game shows under his company Sande Stewart Television. As of today, Stewart Television and Basada, Inc. are active in-name-only units of Sony Pictures Television.
These are game shows produced by former Goodson-Todman employee turned independent TV producer Bob Stewart and later his son Sande Stewart.
Pages in category "Bob Stewart-Sande Stewart Productions"
The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total.