TCP shoots and produces documentary and reality-style television for clients around the world, with our most recent 6-part series, The Disappearance of Maura Murray currently airing on OXYGEN for six consecu ve weeks. TCP also has a new inves ga ve special for History called The Dark Files and is currently in produc on of another 30 for 30 for ESPN. This is in addi on to our usual programming, producing the twelve me Emmy Award-winning Ironman World Championship for NBC. Texas Crew Productions shoots and produces television content for clients around the world. TCP opened its doors 25-plus years ago as a crewing company for clients such as 60 Minutes and the NFL and has branched into a full-service production company that today has run hundreds of complex productions, bringing ideas from concept to network premiere and earning more than 20-Emmy Awards in the process. From documentary to reality to Live TV, from long-form series and specials to branded content and music videos, TCP offers a wide variety of premium experiences in the production landscape. Some examples of work we're most proud of includes: the NAACP Image Award-winning 2-HR Special The 44th President: In His Own Words , a first-person documentary special on President Obama’s presidency which aired on History; the Emmy-award winning Ironman World Championship on NBC; ESPN 30 for 30's Brian and the Boz and Phi Slama Jama; VH1's ATL: The Untold Story of Atlanta's Rise in the Rap Game; History's 2-HR Special Alcatraz: Search For The Truth; Oxygen's 6-part true crime series The Disappearance of Maura Murray; and Fox Sports' Super Bowl feature on Texas Football.
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