- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of greenlight.
“Bravo greenlights four Kathy Griffin comedy specials”
“Question for Steele: If the government greenlights offshore drilling, does it get credit for creating jobs?”
“The Walking Dead and The Killing are the latest AMC dramas to receive greenlights for a pilot, according to Variety.”
“Syfy greenlights Battlestar Galactica prequel pilot following a young Adama”
“USA greenlights only shows that go through what network executives call a "brand filter.”
“The futility of such a strike should give Obama pause before he greenlights the assassination of a fellow citizen.”
“Fox can no longer pretend that it is a 'fair and balanced' news organization when Rupert Murdoch greenlights a million dollar contribution to defeat Democratic governors.”
“ABC Family greenlights a 30-minute pilot for a television adaptation of 10 Things I Hate About You”
“Studio greenlights horror film about an immortal Katherine Heigl”
“The process of greenlighting TV shows is extraordinarily subjective; often the genius who champions a hot show like ABC's Private Practice is the same person who subsequently greenlights dreck like The Unusuals on the same network.”
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