Paramount Television Studios (PTVS) and Brillstein Entertainment Partners have entered into a multi-year deal.
As part of the deal, the studio will work with Brillstein Creative Partners (BCP), Brillstein’s production arm, to develop and produce content for Paramount platforms such as Paramount+, Showtime and CBS, as well as external platforms. .
“We are incredibly excited about this new adventure with Brillstein,” said Nicole Clemens, President, Paramount Television Studios and Paramount + Original Scripted Series. “We’ve had great relationships with the directors and their clients over the years, and we look forward to strengthening and strengthening those partnerships as we work with Ali Goss and his team to create compelling new series for the global market.”
“We are excited to partner with Nicole and the talented team at Paramount Television Studios to further accelerate our production pipeline and open up new opportunities for all of our creative partners,” said John Liebman, president and CEO of Brillstein Entertainment Partners. .
News of the deal comes nearly two months after Ali Ghose was named president of BCP Productions. BCP’s current development pipeline includes programs developed for platforms such as Apple, Netflix and Amazon.
Recently, the PVS “Grease. Rise of the Pink Ladies on Paramount+. Then the studio has “Fatal Attraction”, which started on Paramount +, as well as the second season of “Joe Pickett”. Other shows on PTVS include The Offer, Channel Eleven on HBO Max, Shaantram on Apple, and Jack Ryan and Reacher on Amazon. The studio is behind shows like Apple’s Time Bandits and The Spiderweek Chronicles on Disney+.
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