Tijuana Entertainment

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Tijuana Entertainment is a production company formed by Troy Searer and John Foy. [1] [2] [3]


Originally signed by VH1 on a first-look deal, the pair was behind Celebreality shows Shooting Sizemore , Breaking Bonaduce , Supergroup , and Mission Man Band .

Searer and Foy's credits also include The Biggest Loser and Beauty and the Geek for NBC. [3]

Management positions


2005 Breaking Bonaduce [4]
2007 Shooting Sizemore [5]
2007 Mission Man Band
2009-2010 Obsessed broadcast by A&E [6]
2010 Strange Days with Bob Saget
2011I’m Heavy

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