44 Blue Productions

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44 Blue Productions
Industry TV/Film
Founded 1984
Headquarters Burbank, California, United States
Key people
Rasha Drachkovitch, President
Stephanie Drachkovitch, Executive Vice President
Sarah Poage, Senior Vice President
, David Hale, VP of Programming; Gina Becconsall, Director of Post Operations; PJ Donnelly, Director of Post Technical Operations; Mark Hamaghuchi, Director of Production Management; Julie Merson, Vice President of Development.
Owner Red Arrow Entertainment[1]
Website www.44blue.com

44 Blue Productions is an American production company founded in 1984 by Rasha and Stephanie Noonan Drachkovitch. It supplies reality television, documentary, lifestyle and action-adventure programming for US broadcast and cable outlets including A&E, Animal Planet, HBO, Tru TV, CBS, Court TV, CMT, Discovery Channel, E!, ESPN, Fine Living, FS1, Fox Family, Fox News, HGTV, History Channel, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, Spike, MSNBC, Nickelodeon, PBS, Style, TLC, Travel Channel VH1, . The company is located in Studio City, California.[2][3]In July 2016, it became a subsidiary of German-based Red Arrow Entertainment[4]


Rasha Drachkovitch is a television producer and President of 44 Blue Productions. He serves as executive producer, writer and director for most of the programs. Stephanie Noonan Drachkovitch is Executive Vice President of 44 Blue Productions and also Executive Produces series for the company. Sarah Poage is Senior Vice President. David Hale is Vice President of Programming. 44 Blue is a member of the Got Your 6 Coalition. 44 Blue is represented by William Morris Endeavor.


TV series[edit]

  • Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, reality, 2016 E! Network
  • My Filpping Family, home renovation 2014- HGTV
  • Pot Baroms, documentary series, 2014- MsnbcWahlburgers, docuseries, 2014- A&E
  • Pecos League, docuseries, 2014- FS1
  • Breaking Boston, docuseries, 2014- A&E
  • KILLER KIDS, reality, 2013-, LMN
  • Married To The Army: Alaska, 2012, reality, OWN
  • Breaking Down The Bars 2011, reality, OWN
  • First week in, 2012, reality, Discovery
  • House Of Consignment, 2012, reality, VH1
  • Swanderosa, 2012, reality,CMT
  • PIT BULLS & PAROLEES, docuseries 2008—Animal Planet
  • Pirate Hunters: USN" (2009-current) Reality, Spike TV
  • Family Court With Judge Penny (2008–current) Reality, Syndicated
  • L.A. Gang Unit (2008–current) Reality, A&E
  • Peter Perfect (2008–current) Reality, Style Network
  • Rocco Gets Real (2008–current) Reality, A&E
  • Stringers: LA (2008–current) Reality, TruTV
  • Survive This! (2007) Reality, Discovery Channel
  • Split Ends (2006–current) Reality, Style
  • Mega Movers (2006–current) Reality, History Channel
  • Detroit SWAT (2006–2007) Reality, A&E
  • Designing Blind (2006) Reality, A&E
  • South Beach (2006) Drama, UPN
  • Inside (2006–current) Reality, Court TV
  • Inside: Vice Squad Miami
  • Inside: Surviving Prison (2008)
  • Inside: America's Toughest Jail (2007)
  • Inside: Prison Tactical (2007)
  • Inside: Gangs Behind Bars (2007)
  • Inside: Alaska's Toughest Prison (2007)
  • Inside: The Prison Code (2007)
  • Inside: Women Behind Bars (2006)
  • Inside: Prison Gangs (2006)
  • Inside: Supermax (2006)
  • Caesars 24/7 (2005) Reality, A&E
  • City In Fear (2005) Documentary, MSNBC
  • A Place of Our Own (2005–current) Reality, PBS/KCET
  • Los Niños en Su Casa (2005–current) Reality, PBS/KCET
  • Find & Design (2004–current) Lifestyle, A&E
  • Cell Dogs (2004) Reality, Animal Planet
  • What Should You Do? (2004) Reality, Lifetime
  • Collector Inspector (2004) Lifestyle, HGTV
  • Lockup (2001–2017) Reality, MSNBC
  • The System (2001–2002) Reality, Court TV
  • The Ultimate Thrill (2003) Mini-series
  • Breathing Room (2002–2003) Lifestyle, Fine Living
  • Truth or Scare (2001–2004) Reality, Discovery Kids
  • Small Shots (2001–2002) Comedy, TNN
  • Courage (1998–2000) Reality, Fox Family
  • The Christopher Lowell Show (1998–2001) Lifestyle, Discovery Channel
  • World's Most Dangerous Places (1998) Reality, Travel Channel
  • And Now This (1998) Comedy, Nickelodeon
  • Journeys to Remember (1997–1998) Lifestyle, Travel Channel
  • All-American (1996) Sports, ESPN
  • Those Who Dare (1993–1995) Documentary, Discovery Channel
  • Investigative Reports (1991–2004) Reality, A&E
  • Search for Bigfoot
  • Behind Bars: Inside the World's Toughest Prisons
  • Copworld
  • Red Light District
  • The Keepers
  • DSS: Inside the Diplomatic Security System
  • Trophy Kill: America's Poacher Wars
  • Cadets: The Life of a Student Recruit
  • World of Valor (1990–1993) Documentary, Discovery Channel
  • Discovery Sport (1989–1990) Sports, Discovery Channel
  • Bob Uecker's Wacky World of Sports (1985–1986) Comedy, Syndicated

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External links[edit]

Category: Emmy nominations