Good Clean Fun (production company)

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Good Clean Fun is an American television production company based in Los Angeles. The company was founded by Jason Carbone and produces primarily reality docusoap content. Past programming has focused on celebrity figures in music, television, and sports.

Good Clean Fun produces Tia & Tamera, a reality series starring former teen stars Tia and Tamera Mowry.[1] The series premiered on August 8, 2011 to record-breaking numbers on Style Network, as the most-watched series premiere in Style history and has since aired two seasons.[2] The show was renewed for a third season on February 12, 2013.[3] Season three of Tia & Tamera premiered on Sunday, July 14, 2013.

Past productions include the NAACP Image Award[4] winning Run's House, which followed the family of Rev Run aka Joseph Simmons for 6 seasons, and critically acclaimed Life of Ryan, a look into the life of teen skateboarding pro Ryan Sheckler. Good Clean Fun also produced TLC's Livin' for the Apocalypse, which profiled preppers preparing for a coming apocalypse, and the special Dev for MTV, about the singer by the same name.[5] Recently, Good Clean Fun has produced Mountain Movers, which premiered on Thursday, May 9th on the National Geographic Channel.[6]

As of 2013, Good Clean Fun worked on a new show - Sanya's Glam and Gold, a reality series starring Olympic Gold Medalist Sanya Richards-Ross, which premiered on Thursday, July 25th on WE tv.[7] Their newest show, The Cassadee Pope Project has finished production for CMT.

In 2014, Good Clean Fun is currently producing Rev Run's Sunday Suppers on Cooking Channel.

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