Berlanti Productions
Formerly
  • Berlanti-Liddell Productions
    (2000–2006)
  • Berlanti Television
    (2006–2011)
TypePrivate
IndustryProduction company
Founded2000; 22 years ago (2000)
Founders
Key people
SubsidiariesBerlanti-Schechter Films

Berlanti Productions is an American film and television production company founded by screenwriter, producer and filmmaker Greg Berlanti and producer Mickey Liddell.

History

The company's founder Greg Berlanti in 2012
The company's founder Greg Berlanti in 2012

The company was founded in 2000 as Berlanti-Liddell Productions by screenwriter, producer and filmmaker Greg Berlanti and producer Mickey Liddell.[1]

In March 2003, the company signed a three-year deal with Warner Bros. Television.[1] In February 2006, the company signed a three-year overall deal with Touchstone Television.[2] In August 2006, Liddell left the company, and the company was renamed to Berlanti Television.[3] In July 2008, the company re-signed its overall deal with ABC Studios (formally Touchstone Television) for an additional five-year deal.[4] In March 2011, the company signed a four-year overall deal with Warner Bros. Television, ending its overall deal with ABC Studios two years early. The company also changed its name to Berlanti Productions to reflect its television and film divisions combining together.[5]

In February 2014, Sarah Schechter became the company's president, overseeing the development and production of the company's television and film projects.[6] Before joining the company, Schechter was a senior production vice president at Warner Bros.[6]

In June 2018, the company entered a six-year overall development and production deal with Warner Bros. Television Group until 2024.[7]

In February 2020, David Madden joined the company as its new president, taking over from the company's former president Sarah Schechter.[8] Schechter moved to the newly created positions of chairwoman and partner.[8] Before joining the company, Madden was the former president of AMC Networks and Fox Broadcasting Company.[8]

In August 2021, Dannah Shinder joined the company as executive vice president of television. Before joining the company, Shinder was senior vice president of television at Elizabeth Banks' Brownstone Productions.[9] In January 2022, Suzanne Gomez joined the company as chief marketing officer, and head of talent relations. Gomez was previously senior vice president of publicity at The CW, a position she held since the inception of the network in 2006.[10]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Director Gross (worldwide) Distributor Notes Ref.
2015 Pan Joe Wright $128.4 million Warner Bros. Pictures with RatPac-Dune Entertainment [11]
2020 Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons: The Movie Sung Jin Ahn Warner Bros. Home Entertainment with Blue Ribbon Content, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Animation [12]
2021 Free Guy Shawn Levy $331.5 million Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures with 20th Century Studios, 21 Laps Entertainment, Maximum Effort, Lit Entertainment Group, and TSG Entertainment [13]

In Production

Television

Current

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2014–present The Flash The CW with Bonanza Productions, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television [26]
2017–present Riverdale with Archie Comics, CBS Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [27]
2018–present All American with April Blair's Company (season 1), CBS Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [28]
2018–present You Lifetime
Netflix
with Man Sewing Dinosaur, Alloy Entertainment, A&E Studios,
Warner Horizon Television (seasons 1–2), and Warner Bros. Television (seasons 3)
[29]
2018–present Titans DC Universe
HBO Max
with Weed Road Pictures, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television [30]
2019–present Doom Patrol with Jeremy Carver Productions, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television [31]
2020–2022 The Flight Attendant HBO Max with Yes, Norman Productions and Warner Bros. Television Studios [32]
2021–present Superman & Lois The CW with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television Studios [33]
2021–present Kung Fu with Quinn's House and Warner Bros. Television [34]
2022–present All American: Homecoming with Rock My Soul Productions and Warner Bros. Television [35]
March 14, 2023 Gotham Knights The CW with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television [36][37][38]

Former

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2002–2006 Everwood The WB with Warner Bros. Television
2004–2005 Jack & Bobby with Shoe Money Productions and Warner Bros. Television
2006–2011 Brothers & Sisters ABC with After Portsmouth Productions, Touchstone Television (season 1), and ABC Studios (seasons 2–5)
2007–2009 Dirty Sexy Money with ABC Studios
2008–2009 Eli Stone
2010–2011 No Ordinary Family with Oh That Gus!, Inc. and ABC Studios [39]
2012 Political Animals USA Network with Laurence Mark Productions and Warner Horizon Television [40]
2012–2020 Arrow The CW with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television [41]
2013 Golden Boy CBS with Nicholas Wootton Productions and Warner Bros. Television [42]
2013–2014 The Tomorrow People The CW with FremantleMedia North America, CBS Television Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [43]
2014–2016 The Mysteries of Laura NBC with Jeff Rake Productions, Kapital Entertainment, New Media Vision, and Warner Bros. Television [44]
2015–2020 Blindspot NBC with Quinn's House and Warner Bros. Television [45]
2015–2021 Supergirl CBS
The CW
with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television [46]
2016–2022 Legends of Tomorrow The CW with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television [47]
2018 Deception ABC with VHPT Company and Warner Bros. Television [48]
2018–2021 Black Lightning The CW with Akil Productions, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television [49]
2018–2020 God Friended Me CBS with I Have an Idea! Entertainment, CBS Television Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [50]
2018–2020 Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Netflix with Archie Comics, Muckle Man Productions (season 2), and Warner Bros. Television [51]
2019 The Red Line CBS with Array Filmworks, Forward Movement, CBS Television Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [52]
2019–2021 Prodigal Son FOX with Sklaverworth Productions, VHPT! Co., Warner Bros. Television, and Fox Entertainment [53]
2019–2022 Batwoman The CW with DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television [54]
2020–2022 Stargirl DC Universe
The CW
with Mad Ghost Productions, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Television Studios [55]
2020 Katy Keene The CW with Archie Comics, CBS Television Studios, and Warner Bros. Television [56]
2020 Helter Skelter: An American Myth Epix with Rogue Atlas Productions and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television [57]
2020 Equal HBO Max with Scout Productions, Raintree Ventures, That's Wonderful Productions, and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television [58]

In Production

Web series

Year Title Website / Network Notes Ref.
2015–2016 Vixen CW Seed with Blue Ribbon Content, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Animation
2017–2018 Freedom Fighters: The Ray
2018–2019 Constantine: City of Demons with Phantom Four Films, Digital eMation, Blue Ribbon Content, DC Entertainment,
and Warner Bros. Animation
2020 Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons with Blue Ribbon Content, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Animation

Berlanti-Schechter Films

Berlanti-Schechter Films was founded in 2020 by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, and is a subsidiary of Berlanti Productions. In July 2021, the company signed a first-look feature film deal at Netflix.[76]

Year Title Director Gross (worldwide) Distributor Notes Ref.
2020 Unpregnant Rachel Lee Goldenberg HBO Max with Picturestart and Warner Max [77]
2022 Moonshot Chris Winterbauer with Good Universe, Entertainment 360, Warner Bros. Pictures, and New Line Cinema [78]
2022 My Policeman Michael Grandage TBA Amazon Studios with Independent Film Company, and MGC [79]

In Production

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