Bunim/Murray Productions is an entertainment production company based out of Glendale, California, and is considered a pioneer in the reality television genre. It is best known for The Real World, Road Rules, Bad Girls Club. Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray co-founded Bunim/Murray after agent Mark Itkin of the William Morris Agency put the two together to develop a scripted soap opera for MTV. When that was too expensive, they decided to try an unscripted soap and The Real World was born. "W
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In March 2010, Banijay acquired American production company Bunim/Murray Productions for an undisclosed amount. In September 2012, Banijay acquired a majority stake in Australian production company Screentime, which included a New Zealand division (Screentime New Zealand) and a 49% stake in Irish producer Shinawil which was sold in 2015.
Murray and Bunim's company, Bunim/Murray Productions, spearheaded the reality television genre. Among the numerous other reality programs that Murray and Bunim co-created over the years were Road Rules , Love Cruise , Making the Band , The Challenge , the reality feature film The Real Cancun , the real-life daily syndicated Starting Over , as well as Fox 's The Simple Life .
Jenkins started working at Bunim/Murray Productions in 2001 and helped grow and expand the company. He later served as executive vice president until August 2016. In August 2016, Jenkins was promoted to Co-President of Entertainment and Development the production company until he left Bunim/Murray Productions in November 2017.
Bunim/Murray Productions produced the American version for Lifetime TV.  During a national search of thousands, sixteen self-professed psychics were interviewed and tested to gain a spot to compete on television.