The long-gestating “Wheel of Time” TV series adaptation is moving forward with Sony Pictures Television.
The series will be based on the high fantasy novels written by Robert Jordan, the pen name of James O. 282 more words
Sony Pictures Television’s Crackle has lost its most popular show — Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” which is moving to Netflix.
To fill the void, Crackle has assembled a new slate of original programming, including two crime-themed drama series from rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (pictured above) and a weekly highlights show hosted by YouTube star Ian Hecox. 894 more words
Paula Askanas, EVP Communications for Sony Pictures Television, will be leaving the company when her contract expires at the end of August.
Askanas is a SPT veteran who has worked at the studio for more than 20 years. 505 more words
As the MIPTV market officially kicks off in Cannes tomorrow, Ovation TV has acquired U.S. premiere rights to a pair of series from Sony Pictures Television. 296 more words
Hulu has beefed up its Spanish-language offerings with two deals unveiled today that secure programming from Sony Pictures Television and co-owner Comcast’s Telemundo.
The company didn’t disclose financial terms, but says both pacts are “multi-year.” 151 more words
Hulu has set new multiyear agreements with Telemundo and Sony Pictures Television that will add several hundred episodes of popular telenovelas, as well as nine Pedro Almodóvar films and other Spanish-language programming from Telemundo to the subscription video-streaming service. 266 more words