As many of you know, I work as a television producer here in Los Angeles, and have produced and written many shows for The History Channel, Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, and more.
Beginning late last year, I was hired in to help out on this season's UFO Hunters. I produced three of this seasons episodes, which included "Underground Bases" which aired as the second episode of the season, and tied for the highest rated thus far, and also an episode on "Trace Evidence."
The third, airing tonight, is called "First Response." This episode is about a rash of UFO Sightings within a 36 hour period, all with a military installation. I produced the show to give it a real step-by-step investigation feel, taking us from the first sighting in Long Beach, California, and it unfolded from there.
It was a lot of fun working on the show. I hope you all tune in and watch. For fans of the show, there are actually four new shows tonight for UFO Hunters, starting at 8pm. Just note, my shows, is at 11pm. (There was a time discrepency on this episode, for those who are interested in watching -- definitely check your local listings. The website lists it at 10, and my TV guide says 11.)
I hope you all tune in. Make sure you post your thoughts and comments here! ūüôā
John Greenewald, Jr.
April 9, 2009
Ugh, leave it to me!
Also, some listings have it at 11... please everyone check the local listings ūüôā
Definitely check your guide.
As I corrected my post above, First Response is listed online as airing at 10, and yet plays at 11 here in California. Who knows what's right! ūüôā
April 9, 2009
July 20, 2009
I got to watch your episodes and they were pretty good. Maybe you found your third calling. Great job and hope you get to produce more. I heard unfortunatly the series was cancelled. I hope not.
On a seperate note I was also watching the episode titled "Silencers" I believe it was. There was a section in the beginning were a gentleman was discussing the diffrent classifications such as restricted, confidential, secret etc. There was a paper I assume this guy made himself that had like 30 or so other classifications in block form. I was unable to rewind and pause to make note of these. Could you tell me what they all were in order or do you have a place here with this already. Wether these are true or not they are still interesting to have.
Thanks john and crew for a great site. Thanks