Fresh out of prison, world-class thief Daisy ”Jett” Kowalski (Gugino) is forced back into doing what she does best by dangerous and eccentric criminals determined to exploit her skills for their own ends.
Writer/Director/EP: Sebastian Gutierrez Cast/EP: Carla Gugino, Giancarlo Esposito
Going into Production
From Kurt Vonnegut's classic allegorical satire of war, religion, and scientific advancement, Cat's Cradle is the story of one man's attempt to document the human side of the atomic bomb, only to discover that a much more dangerous innovation has been realized.
Writer/EP: Noah Hawley
EP: John Cameron
Co-EP: Sandi Love, Bradley Yonover
Science fiction adventure set twenty years after the near annihilation of the human race through a global pandemic. In this future, a society of survivors live inside a gigantic domed atrium and fight for their survival against an ever-growing threat of blood-craving mutants transformed by the same virus that almost eradicated mankind.
Writers: Steve Desmond & Michael Sherman
Director/EP: Andree Wallin
EP: Annika Torell Osterman, Tom Olsson (Goodbye Kansas); Fred Malmberg & Mark Wheeler (Pathfinder)
Dr. Keller is a forensic psychiatrist struggling to treat the criminally insane at a high security facility near Chicago. When her estranged father dies, she hopes the ensuing visit to the family farm will allow her to confront issues in her marriage and with her own children. But the more pressing problem is that Jordan, one of her former patients and a dangerous psychopath, has followed them there.
EP: Alexander Payne, Jim Burke, Roberto Benabib, Alon Aranya, Rob Golenberg
Writer/EP: Jim Taylor Director/EP: Miguel Arteta
Co-Studio: Showtime Productions
Series inspired by the true-life roller-coaster story of legendary record producer, songwriter, publisher, and musician Rick Hall, founder of the modern day "Muscle Shoals Sound," and his Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Writer/EP: Bettina Gillois
EP: Johnny Depp, Christi Dembrowski, Bobby DeLeon (Infinitum Nihil)
EP: Jason Felts, Justin Burfield, Rene Rigal (Virgin Produced)
EP: Joshua D. Maurer, Alixandre Witlin (City Entertainment)
EP: Greg Camalier
Executive Music Producers: Nancy Wilson, Geoff Bywater
Limited series based on the story of the widow of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle: an unforgettable testament to the power of love and faith in the face of war and unimaginable loss--and a moving tribute to a man whose true heroism ran even deeper than the legend.
Writer/EP: Molly McAlpine
EP: Joan Harrison, Keri Selig, Phil Gurin
THE LESSER DEAD
A brutal, irreverent take on the vampire myth. Characters that might feel at home in "Catcher in the Rye" or "Saturday Night Fever" find themselves in a macabre reality that recalls "Let the Right One In." At once black comedy, horror story and time capsule, THE LESSER DEAD will embed you with a colony of vampires in 1978 Manhattan when the City that Never Sleeps was still a gritty, dangerous place above ground and much, much worse below.
Director/EP: Jeffrey Reiner
Writer/EP: Chris Boal
Author: Christopher Buehlman
EP: Joshua D. Maurer, Alixandre Witlin
FRIED CHICKEN & LATKES
Based on the stand-up of Rain Pryor, daughter of Richard Pryor, this single-camera comedy starts her story as a pre-teen trying to find her place in the world while growing up in the turbulent 1970's in Beverly Hills. Being biracial, half Jewish and the daughter of the very famous and troubled comedian, Rain’s search for identity is as big a challenge as her outspoken, eccentric family life.
EP: Norman Lear
EP: Rain Pryor
Director/EP: Will Gluck
Writer/Co-EP: Jacque Edmonds Cofer
NO MAN'S LAND
Based on Ken Garing's graphic novel in which an ex-soldier-turned-space-mercenary finds himself stranded on a mysterious planet in alien territory. As he explores the long-abandoned industrial ruins of the planet's surface, he fends off roving cyborg militias and a hostile alien military with a bounty on his head. Ultimately, he will build a coalition amongst the planetoid's nomadic tribes and make a final stand against the larger tyrannical forces that rule over them.
Writers/EPs: Steve Desmond & Michael Sherman
Author: Ken Garing
THE HAPPINESS MACHINE
Adapted from the best-selling novel, “Tell The Machine Goodnight,” THE HAPPINESS MACHINE explores the societal impact of a device that gives people specific instructions on how to be more content, and examines the complex relationships that result between the woman who administers the device, her husband and her anorexic son.
Writer/EP: Patrick Tobin (Cake)
Author: Katie Williams
THE GIRL WITH GHOST EYES
An adventure story set in late-19th-century San Francisco, it centers on a young immigrant woman with the ability to see and interact with the spirit world. Breaking the barriers set for women and immigrants, she contends with ghosts, gangsters, skeletons and soul-stealers to protect her family and the larger community.
Director/EP: Jennifer Phang
Writer/EP: Matt Greenberg
EP: Forest Whitaker, Nina Yang Bongiovi (Significant Productions)
EP: Tobin Armbrust, Rene Rigal (Virgin Produced)
Property is a single cam half hour about four intergenerational women who are hit with hard times and find themselves having to squat in a Beverly Hills mansion…. temporarily, of course… or so they thought. We’ll follow them as they try to move forward in their lives, hustle for jobs, have relationships, and manage their issues. It’s a show about coping with the loss of idealism, maintaining facades and being forced to pick yourself up by your bootstraps set against the worst homeless crisis in LA history. And ultimately, how the curveballs life throws you make you discover what you’re really made of.
Writer/EP: Christy Stratton
Cast/EP: Katey Sagal
EP: Belle Zwerdling, Sarah Tomlinson
TRAIN MAN tells the story of a nerdy young man who overcomes his shyness to initiate a romantic relationship with a young woman. Based on real-life online postings that led to a graphic novel, feature film and TV series in Japan.
Writer/EPs: Phil Rosenthal and Tucker Cawley
Director/EP: Adam Shankman
EPs: Vertigo Entertainment, Fuji Television, Amuse Group USA
SEX, DRUGS, AND BESTSELLERS
The hedonists. The provocateur. The phenom. The forgotten talent. In the decadent 1980s, the media shipped novelists Jay McInerney, Bret Easton Ellis, Tama Janowitz, Donna Tartt and Jill Eisenstadt into a loose-knit group known as the "literary brat pack."
Author: Jason Diamond
EP: Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot (Offspring Entertainment)
Mozart - a name synonymous with musical genius - was revolutionary in so many ways, changing the face of music history forever. WOLFGANG is the true story that shows his revolutionary genius was partly a product of the revolutionary times he lived in. As the European monarchies begin to dissolve and public concerts and operas become more popular, composers were ultimately able to survive without being permanent employees of the imperial court.
Director/EP: Adam Shankman
Writer/EP: David K. Israel
EP: Jennifer Gibgot (Offspring Entertainment)
A serialized character drama that pays homage to the classic horror films of the 70's and 80's. The story unfolds in real-time, á la 24, with each episode playing out one hour of an intense night during which a psychopath is loosed upon an unsuspecting town.
Writers/Co-EP: Guy Busick and R. Christopher Murphy
In a future where most labor has become automated, the privileged class has little in common with the now obsolete laborer. Paul Proteus, the scion of the company that made this world possible, is recruited by a rebel group called the Ghost Shirt Society that demands to return to a more meaningful existence.
Author: Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
EP: Brad Yonover
The true story of notorious “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli.
While others of his generation saw the credit crunch wreck their futures, one hedge-funder was courting infamy making millions from gouging prices on life-saving medicine and taking to Twitter to brag about it. As Martin Shkreli faces federal charges for securities fraud, the miracle drug he created is actually saving lives.