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3 Arts Entertainment

3 Arts Entertainment


3 Arts Entertainment is an American production company and talent management agency founded in 1991 by Erwin Stoff, Michael Rotenberg and Howard Klein. The company has gone on to produce TV shows such as King of the Hill, The Office, Everybody Hates Chris, Parks and Recreation, The Mindy Project, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, American Vandal as well as produce films Edge of Tomorrow, Unbroken and 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The first movie the company produced was the National Lampoon movie Loaded Weapon 1, which was released on February 5, 1993. The company subsequently set up a deal with 20th Century Fox in 1993. In 1996, 3 Arts made an alliance with CBS and Sony Pictures to launch 3 Arts Television which was dissolved by the end of the following year when it failed to produce any primetime TV projects for the network. In 1999, 3 Arts Television was relaunched by NBC Studios executive David Bartis with a pact at Fox. Erwin Stoff founded the company with Michael Rotenberg and Howard Klein, who are all producers and talent managers. Managers Dave Becky, David Miner, Molly Madden and Nick Frenkel work at 3 Arts. In 2003, 3 Arts received a television deal at 20th Century Fox Television. In May 2018, Lionsgate acquired a majority stake in the company.


United States (USA)