FilmRise Picks Up Distribution of TV Movies, Series and Romantic Comedies From Reel One

FilmRise, a New York-based film and TV studio and streaming network, has entered into a distribution agreement with Reel One Entertainment for a package of 15 originally produced romantic comedy films and an additional 100 titles consisting of made-for-TV movies and TV series.

The original movies will debut in the United States this year.

FilmRise will be offering to broadcast and digital platforms five recently completed original films, including A Picture Perfect Wedding, with “Letterkenny” star Tyler Johnston, and A Wedding to Remember, starring Christina Rosato who has been cast in a recurring role on Disney+’s upcoming “Turner & Hooch” series reboot. Producers were able to responsibly produce the films during the pandemic by featuring real-life couples in lead roles.

FilmRise will be the exclusive distributor in the United States across streaming outlets for the licensed made-for-TV movies and series and will sell TV rights alongside Reel One.

These programs include more than 100 titles comprised of female-fronted thrillers that debuted on Lifetime, and holiday, genre films and series such as the family-friendly crime-drama “Detective McClean: Ties That Bind.”

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“We are excited to bring these films and TV series to our digital partners and the FilmRise Streaming Network,” Danny Fisher, CEO of FilmRise, said in a statement. “Feel-good movies have made networks successful over many years, and now more than ever, they have become comfort-viewing for audiences during these challenging times.”

“Reel One is happy to be in business with FilmRise, a company building from strength in digital distribution,” Tom Berry, CEO of Reel One, said in a statement. “We hope that this is just the beginning.”

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