Although the Creative Arts Emmys aren’t set to be handed out until Sept. 3 and Sept. 4, the Television Academy has already named “Legendary” and “We’re Here” among its winners in the juried categories. Read more via Variety.
Sony Pictures Television’s House of NonFiction has appointed seasoned development executive and producer Andie Beckerman as executive vice president of development, Variety has learned exclusively. Read more via Variety.
Deadline: Documentary Inspired By Charles Blow’s Bestseller ‘The Devil You Know’ Coming From HBO Documentary Films And This Machine
EXCLUSIVE: Production is underway on a feature documentary from HBO Documentary Films and This Machine inspired by New York Times columnist Charles Blow’s book The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto. Read more via Deadline.
Hip hop changemakers are about to get their closeup on Hulu. The streamer has ordered RapCaviar Presents, a new documentary series from Spotify and The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), a part of Sony Pictures Television. Read more via Deadline.
Variety highlights advocates for inclusivity who’ve made an impact in the entertainment industry over the past year. Focusing on the intersection of race and social justice in its projects, Porter’s Trilogy Films (part of Sony Pictures Television) has kept busy with nonfiction fare such as “The Me You Can’t See” with Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry, […]
THR: Sony Pictures TV Inks Overall Deal With Former ‘New York Times Presents’ Showrunner’s New Company (Exclusive)
Executive producer and director Mary Robertson’s banner Maxine will focus on journalist and filmmaker-driven nonfiction stories. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
L.A.-based B17 Entertainment (part of Sony Pictures Television) has powered up its development team with a series of promotions, while also brining on a new hire. Read more via Realscreen.