Led by reality TV veteran Jason Carbone (The Real World, Road Rules, The Bachelor), Good Clean Fun's state of the art West Los Angeles office, complete with staff offices, spacious meeting areas, and 18 edit bays, is able to take a project from initial concept to final network delivery.
First breaking onto the scene with Run's House, Good Clean Fun helmed six seasons of this NAACP award-winning hit for MTV, which depicted father Rev Run of Run DMC struggling to wrangle his wife and children, and maintain one happy hip hop royalty family. A natural progression of Run's House, Daddy's Girls followed Rev Run's eldest daughters Angela and Vanessa as they moved away from their father's house and rules to strike it out on their own in Los Angeles.
Called "a reality television milestone" by the New York Times, The Life of Ryan drew the curtains open on another kind of royalty – teen skateboarding phenomenon Ryan Sheckler. The critically acclaimed series showed a then-seventeen year old superstar managing his fans, tour obligations, and brand contracts, all the while keeping his head above water with his parents and school – nuisances that apparently even skating superstars must endure.
Style's 2011 premiere of Tia & Tamera broke records as the most-watched premiere in Style history. The series continued to bring in record-breaking numbers during its three acclaimed seasons, as it documented the birth and nuptials in the lives of childhood stars and twins Tia and Tamera Mowry.
2013 also brought the premieres of multiple series, including Mountain Movers for Nat Geo and Sanya's Glam & Gold for WE tv. Mountain Movers followed the exploits of a unique team behind the scenes building snow parks for extreme winter sports while Sanya's Glam & Gold chronicled the crazy professional and personal life of Olympic Gold Medalist Sanya Richard Ross.
In 2014, Good Clean Fun continues to expand the genres and formats in its programming slate. Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers premiered June 8th on Cooking Channel and reunited the beloved family of Run's House. In Rev Run's Sunday Suppers, Rev and Justine are determined to get the gang back together for weekly Sunday dinners by using simple, heartfelt recipes to lure the kids (and some special guests) back to the table.
With additional projects currently in development at FOX, VH1, Bravo, Discovery, A&E, Spike, CMT and TBS, Good Clean Fun continues a tradition of creating unique and innovative entertainment for the modern landscape.