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Tom Forman to head Relativity’s television division
MUMBAI: After having emerged from bankruptcy, Hollywood studio Relativity has announced that Tom Forman will head its television division named Critical Content.
It has over 50 shows in production for more than 30 networks. Series include ‘Limitless’ (CBS), ‘Home Free’ (Fox), ‘Catfish’ (MTV), ‘The Woodsmen’ (History) and ‘Pretty.Strong’.
In October creditors led by Anchorage Capital Group acquired Relativity Television’s assets and formed the new company.
“There’s never been a more exciting, more fulfilling, and more dynamic time to do what we do: create great content. With only a few remaining truly independent production companies, we are well positioned to capitalise on a historic time in the entertainment industry.
“I am excited to pursue this opportunity with a remarkably talented and creative team with an awesome track record for big ideas and top-notch execution. Critical really is the best of all worlds—fully independent, totally nimble, and very well financed,” Forman said.