19 Entertainment co-produces “American Idol,” the gold standard of music competition programs. Following three successful seasons of the revived series on ABC, the fan favorite will set out once again on a nationwide search to discover the next singing sensation for its fourth season.
19 Entertainment also co-produces the enduring franchise, “So You Think You Can Dance,” which aired its 16th season on FOX in 2019. The Emmy-winning dance competition series features highly skilled dancers who showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking, and more. Emmy Award winner Nigel Lythgoe and award-winning choreographer Mary Murphy serve as resident judges on the series, hosted by Emmy Award nominee Cat Deeley. Season 16 welcomed esteemed choreographer Laurieann Gibson and “Dance” alum Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval as judges.
Additionally, 19 Recordings has been a part of the successful music careers of platinum artists Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Daughtry, Phillip Phillips, Lauren Alaina, Gabby Barrett, Maddie Poppe, and Laine Hardy, among many others.
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The Intellectual Property Corporation is an Emmy-winning IP creation and production studio based in Van Nuys, California. Founded in 2016, IPC develops and produces a wide range of television, film, documentary, and interactive mobile content. The company currently has series in production or development with a wide range of US broadcast and cable networks.
SHARP Entertainment is a Manhattan-based television production house that has garnered a reputation for pioneering a fresh perspective on pop-culture television. Founded by veteran television producer Matt Sharp in late 2003, the company has quickly flourished into one of New York’s largest and busiest television production enterprises and currently holds record ratings for multiple networks. Since its creation 17 years ago, Sharp Entertainment has produced hundreds of hours of television, tripled in size and now boasts a full-time staff of over 100 employees, which includes some of the New York’s most imaginative writers, editors and producers, who collaborate to deliver smart, exciting television with major ratings impact and serious staying power.
B17 Entertainment was founded in 2013 by principals and TV veterans Rhett Bachner and Brien Meagher as a full-service production company producing breakthrough content in a variety of genres including comedy, kids, reality and game, and focuses on multi-platform programming with millennial appeal. Based in Los Angeles, the company is a key supplier of live, formatted and interactive programing for Netflix, TNT/TBS, HBO MAX, Facebook Watch, YouTube and Snap to name a few. B17 Entertainment is currently producing The History of Swear Words for Netflix hosted by Nicolas Cage; Chasing the Cure, the live, interactive medical series currently airing on TNT/TBS; Confetti, the live, daily interactive trivia game show currently on Facebook Watch; and a trio of series for Disney including Ultimate Sleepover and Ruby’s Gems featuring Ruby Rose Turner, as well as Do it Duo currently airing on YouTube. Other credits include Help Us Get Married!; Nail the Look on Snapchat; Fright Club; Fashion 5 Ways; Fluffy’s Food Adventures featuring Gabriel Iglesias; The WWE Show; Make Up or Break Up; and Broke Ass Gameshow, and Thanks A Million.
Can a film reveal the untold stories of the human condition?
We believe a film can sometimes be the best way to create space for voices that go unheard and share stories that would otherwise go unshared. Trilogy Films is an award-winning production company that specializes in creating feature-length documentaries. We aim to share the experiences of the overlooked, reveal the consequences of policy and social action, incorporate the marginalized, and view the familiar from a different perspective.
We believe in the power of film to amplify, inform, and unite.
This Machine was founded in Los Angeles and New York City in 2020. Headed by Award-winning filmmaker and non-fiction pioneer R.J. Cutler, This Machine explores the times in which we live through non-fiction and scripted storytelling in all media. This Machine’s team includes Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning producer and executive Elise Pearlstein, Cutler’s long-time producing partner Trevor Smith, multiple Emmy-winning executive Devon Hammonds, 15-time Emmy-nominated Producer Jane Cha, and our development team of Katie Doering, Emily Tess Katz, Katie Thomson, and Ashley Harris. Between us, we have decades of experience creating the highest quality and most popular non-fiction films and series as well as scripted series, feature films, and podcasts.