FilmRise Acquires More than 100 Titles From Reel One Entertainment





FilmRise has entered into a distribution agreement with Reel One Entertainment that will give the streaming service rights to over one hundred titles, including original films, and highly popular series. The deal includes 15 originally produced romantic comedy films, and licensing to an additional 100 titles consisting of made-for-TV movies and TV series.

“We are excited to bring these films and TV series to our digital partners and the FilmRise Streaming Network,” said FilmRise CEO Danny Fisher. “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.”

Included in the broadcast rights are five original films including “A Picture Perfect Wedding” with “Letterkenny” star Tyler Johnston and “A Wedding to Remember,” starring Christina Rosato from Disney+ upcoming reboot of “Turner and Hooch.” The films have been produced during the pandemic following safety protocols.

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

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