Fine Brothers Entertainment (FBE), an award-winning media company and studio that creates programming across digital and traditional platforms, has entered into television development and co-production deals with partners that include Nick Cannon’s NCredible Entertainment, Kinetic Content, and Sonar Entertainment.
Under the agreements with NCredible Entertainment, FBE will expand its relationship with the company with a new unscripted series that takes celebrities through the timeline of their lives. Cannon will serve as an executive producer and guest star in the series. Additional executive producers include Benny Fine, Rafi Fine, Brandie Tucker and Michael Goldman. FBE and NCredible Entertainment previously collaborated on the Nickelodeon series “React To That.”
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FBE is also partnering with Kinetic Content and former ABC alternative and late-night programming chief John Saade — known for overseeing hit formats including “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Bachelor,” and “Shark Tank” — on an unscripted business format set in the world’s most unique product testing center. Benny Fine, Rafi Fine, John Saade, Brandie Tucker, Chris Coelen and Max Benator are attached as Executive Producers.
In partnership with Sonar Entertainment, FBE is developing a new series that will capitalize on the explosion of viral food trends and fads that dominate the internet in a cross-country road trip series that will give viewers a look at these trends across the USA.
“We’re excited to partner with NCredible, Kinetic, and Sonar to bring these new formats to audiences that want to actively engage with the programming, and not just watch it,” said FBE CEO Rafi Fine. “As we continue expanding our business into television, we’re dedicated to reinventing traditional models and formats for a new type of consumer.”
FBE has created and sold 15 scripted and unscripted series to television networks and premium SVODs including Nickelodeon, Freeform, TruTV, Facebook, YouTube Premium, EKO and more. In digital, the company has continued to experience rapid growth, producing 15 serialized shows every week for over 30 million subscribers. In 2017, FBE also produced its first feature film, “F*&% the Prom,” which is now available for viewing on Netflix.
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Fine Brothers Entertainment Locks in Co-Production Deals with Nick Cannon and more was last modified: June 14th, 2018 by