The former head of Sony Pictures Television for Cranston, Mosko, now runs Village Roadshow Television, where the Breaking Bad actor has signed a development and production pact.
In accordance with the agreement, Cranston and his production partner James Degus will find, create, and produce content for various platforms.
Prior to having a contract with Mosko-run Sony Pictures TV, the actor had a general contract with Warner Bros. Television.
Cranston is best known for playing Walter White in AMC’s Breaking Bad. He most recently starred in the Showtime blockbuster Your Honor, which was executive produced.
His firm has produced shows like Your Honor, Sneaky Pete on Amazon, The Dangerous Book for Boys, Electric Dreams on Channel 4, SuperMansion the animated series, and All the Way on HBO.
Alix Jaffe, EVP of Village Roadshow Television, will collaborate closely on the agreement with Cranston, Degus, and Mosko.
“I’m beyond thrilled to be working with my friend Steve Mosko and his incredibly talented crew at Village Roadshow again,” remarked Cranston. The best way for us to keep making engrossing television is to concentrate on telling tales that “Tickle the Brain and Touch the Heart.”
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“I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Bryan for two decades, and his prowess in front of the camera is only surpassed by his abilities as a director, writer, and producer in front of the camera. He is one of the best storytellers I know and has unique talent in the field. The CEO of Village Roadshow Entertainment Group, Steve Mosko, continued, “Our relationship to identify, develop, and produce premium TV programming furthers Village Roadshow Television’s commitment to bring the best stories to life.
UTA and Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole are the representatives for Cranston and Moonshot Entertainment.