In OBJECTified TMZ‘s Harvey Levin will tour the homes of newsmakers and celebrities who will be telling their life stories through the objects they've chose to keep over the years.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
OBJECTified - Harvey Levin - Netflix
Harvey Robert Levin (born September 2, 1950) is an American television producer, lawyer, legal analyst and celebrity reporter. He is the founder of celebrity news website TMZ and the host of OBJECTified, which airs on the Fox News Channel.
OBJECTified - TMZ - Netflix
In 2005, AOL and Telepictures Productions launched TMZ with Levin as the founder and managing editor. The website quickly rose to prominence when it broke the story of Mel Gibson's DUI arrest and subsequent antisemitic rant. It would later break the news regarding a number of high-profile celebrity stories including the abuse of Rihanna by Chris Brown, the deaths of Heath Ledger, Brittany Murphy, and Michael Jackson. The Los Angeles Times named TMZ's coverage of the Jackson death as the biggest story the website had covered to date. Levin met with President Donald Trump on March 7, 2017 in the Oval Office and chatted for an hour. Levin "just really likes powerful people, and he really likes having friends who are powerful, and who better than the President of the United States? I think he’s just blinded by the fact that the President calls him on the phone. I think he just thinks that’s really cool,” a former staffer told ThinkProgress.
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