Young voters in 1860 were much like the millennials of today: they were the least racist voters in the electorate, the most scientifically educated, and the most economically progressive. In the winter of 1860, a handful of friends in Hartford started a paramilitary political club called “The Wide Awakes” which soon spawned 2,000 chapters and 100,000 members across 20 states. Along the way, they made the nascent Republican Party into the home of America’s woke youth and pushed the Party to the left. The heart of this story is a personal narrative of the club from its beginnings, revealing one of those rare moments in America when a handful of young people actually changed the course of history.
The untold story of Nixon’s Plumbers – and the scores of dirty tricks they pulled off for years before they were sabotaged from within at the Watergate.
A TV series based on Samuel Langhorne Clemens’s travel books detailing his epic journey becoming Twain.
An ongoing mystery series following a podcaster who investigates the bizarre deaths of over 20 cold war defense scientists. THEOREM is a modern deconstruction of the conspiracy thrillers of the 1970s.
June 1967, fourteen cargo ships get stranded in the Suez Canal’s Great Bitter Lake as war between Israel and Egypt erupts. Thus begins one of history’s most amazing and forgotten stories of survival, connection, and friendship.
A group of students discover a forgotten Manhattan Project machine that promises to change their lives and help the world. Ex Machina meets a satanic Her.
Survivors of an ancient secret society struggle to expose their dark conspiracy to achieve immortality. “True Detective” meets “Orphan Black.”
An “Indiana Jones” style globe-hopping Adventure series about a lone man’s struggle against the dying light of the American Empire.
Set in the ruins of Korea after the expulsion of their Japanese oppressors, the true WWII story of a few stir-crazy American soldiers who started a touring vaudeville theatre company that went on to become a huge success.
An assistant P.I. and his comrades race through different parallel universes, struggling to avoid their pursuers and find the way back home.
Based on “The Demon in the Freezer” by Richard Preston a Limited Series Event developed with the author and partners explores the high-stakes world of pandemic response and bio-terrorism response.
A tale of cold beer and hot graft, in which a team of investigative reporters run a Chicago tavern to probe corruption – and pull off the greatest sting in the city’s history.
A sci-fi TV series based on the film “Source Code”
An embedded advertising opportunity in the form of this remake where a bitter ad executive who has reached his breaking point, finds himself in a mental institution where his career actually begins to thrive with the help of the hospital’s patients.
A collection of recent indie dramedies that would transition seamlessly into Broadway musicals.
The true story of the post 9-11 detente which finally ended Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s historically bitter feud.
The true #BLM story at the heart of what started the United States…an utterly horrible year of police violence and counter protest that culminated in the Boston Massacre riot… and then liberty.
A true story from the end of the Dark Ages that follows real monks, like the booklegging heroes of the post-apocalyptic classic “A Canticle for Leibowitz,” as they bootstrap the Renaissance from our darkest depths.
A Cold War “Lawrence of Arabia” set in pre-revolution Iran, a CIA Officer remakes the map of the Middle East and loses himself in the process.