Kevin Burns, Who Produced ‘Poseidon Adventure,’ ‘Lost in Space’ Reboots, Dies at 65

Kevin Burns, Who Produced ‘Poseidon Adventure,’ ‘Lost in Space’ Reboots, Dies at 65
Emmy award-winning television producer Kevin Burns, known for his work on the 2006 “Poseidon Adventure” remake and the “Lost in Space” reboot died Sunday of cardiac arrest, Prometheus Entertainment confirmed to Variety. He was 65.

In a statement to Variety, Prometheus Entertainment vice president of marketing and development Derek Thielges said all members of the company, of which Burns was the president, are deeply saddened by the loss.

Established in 1999, Prometheus’ productions include docudramas such as “The Curse of Oak Island” and Playboy-centered “The Girls Next Door,” as well as non-fiction History series “Ancient Aliens” and documentary special “Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed.
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