The production company’s development executive, Mallory Schwartz, will oversee the slate, which Baldwin will executive produce.“Alec’s quick wit, charm and star power set the stage for an unadulterated and can’t-miss hour of television each week on ‘Match Game,'” said Channing Dungey, president, ABC Entertainment.“Alec Baldwin is one of the most prolific, creative people in the entertainment industry,” added Patrick Moran, president, ABC Studios.
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