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3 Ball Entertainment inks copro deal with Rebecca Halpern

California-based producer 3 Ball Entertainment has inked a coproduction deal with independent producer and development exec Rebecca Halpern. Under the terms of this new agreement, Halpern and 3 Ball will develop ...
June 7, 2017

California-based producer 3 Ball Entertainment has inked a coproduction deal with independent producer and development exec Rebecca Halpern.

Under the terms of this new agreement, Halpern and 3 Ball will develop and produce unscripted and scripted content for television, OTT and digital platforms, with several projects already in development.

As the head of her own indie company, Rebecca Halpern Productions, Halpern (pictured) has partnered with Academy Award-winning director Robert Zemeckis, ImageMovers and Outpost Entertainment on an upcoming scripted/unscripted hybrid project she has created.

Halpern has developed and produced shows in a variety of genres including true crime, science, lifestyle and news space for networks including National Geographic, Animal Planet, Discovery, A&E, History, ID, Syfy, CNBC, Oxygen, TVOne, LMN, CBS Sports, Fox News Channel and CNN.

Among her credits are the long-running series Snapped (Oxygen), American Greed (CNBC), After the First 48 (A&E), Gangland (History) as well as FBI: Criminal Pursuit (Investigation Discovery).

Halpern also has partnered on her original concepts with production companies such as 44 Blue, Left/Right, Scott Free, Authentic, Asylum, and Stone & Company.

She previously served as VP of development at Outpost Entertainment, under the ITV America banner of production labels.

 

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