All posts tagged 'Sony Pictures Television'

YouTube Premium Renews ‘Cobra Kai’ For Third Season

YouTube Premium has handed out a third season renewal to their The Karate Kid follow-up series Cobra Kai. The renewal comes a little over a week after the second season was released. Season three is expected to premiere in 2020. Cobra Kai picks up thirty years after The Karate Kid and follows a down-and-out Johnny Lawrence as he seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now successful Daniel LaRusso, who has been struggling to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his mentor, Mr. Miyagi.

Channel 4 Acquires ‘The Shield’ For VOD Service All 4

Channel 4 has inked a deal with Sony Pictures Television to acquire all seven seasons of FX's groundbreaking drama series The Shield for their VOD service All 4. Every single episode of the show is available to stream as of today.

Channel 5 Acquires Sony Crackle’s ‘The Oath’ For VOD Service My5

Channel 5 has acquired the UK rights to Sony Crackle's original drama series The Oath for their VOD service My5 after striking a deal with international distributor Sony Pictures Television. The acquisition was part of a two-series deal with Sony that, as TVWise previously reported, also gives My5 UK rights to Australian drama BloomThe Oath is expected to premiere this spring.

Channel 5 Acquires Australian Drama ‘Bloom’ For VOD Service My5

Channel 5 has acquired the UK rights to Australian drama series Bloom for their VOD service My5. The six episode drama, which was commissioned by streaming service Stan, is distributed internationally by Sony Pictures Television.

Hulu Renews ‘Future Man’ For Third & Final Season

Hulu has renewed sci-fi comedy Future Man for a third and final season. Eight episodes have been ordered for the show's final run, down from the thirteen episode orders for seasons one and two.

Fable Pictures Producing Drama Series About Joan & Jackie Collins

Fable Pictures, the indie backed by Sony Pictures Television, has optioned the TV rights to the life stories of Dame Joan and Jackie Collins, OBE, with plans to produce a six episode drama series exploring their lives. There is presently no UK broadcaster attached to the project. Sony Pictures Television will handle global sales.