RuPaul Signs Major Scripted Deal With Sony Pictures TV

Published: Tuesday 5th Oct 2021 by Sam

RuPaul has brought “real” to the screen with his growing suite of reality shows – including the Emmy-winning ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’

Yet, the media maven has more up his sleeve.

For, he has inked a seismic new deal with Sony Pictures TV that is centred around the creation of scripted projects.

Full story below…

Having freshly launched production company RuCo and installed former State Street Pictures exec, Jay Marcus, as Head of Film and TV, RuPaul has signed a first-look scripted TV deal with Sony Pictures TV that has a specific focus.

The partnership will see RuCo produce scripted projects with an emphasis on queer, character-driven dramas, comedies, and animated shows anchored in RuPaul’s brand of empowerment, humor, and music.

Speaking about the pact, RuPaul said:

“Not only I am thrilled and honored to join the Sony Pictures Television family, but I’m also extremely grateful for the opportunity to tell unique stories that push the conversation forward.”

In a personal and emotional additional remark, Sony TV co-president Jason Clodfelter said:

“As a kid in high school, I was mocked for dancing to RuPaul’s hit song ‘Supermodel.’ I never imagined then how many walls Ru would break down for the LGBTQIA+ and straight allied communities alike. Ru’s love for all people correlates to the cultural specificity we crave in our storytelling at Sony Pictures Television. We are honored to be a part of Ru’s continued history making journey.”

More power to Ru!

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  1. Ugghh October 5, 2021

    Queen! I adore her so much! Wendy Williams will never!

  2. Fancy BISH (Back To The Future 🤣) 👊🏽💎💋 October 5, 2021

    Do it Ru 🤳🏽

    • Shayla Queen™ 👑 October 5, 2021

      Yaaaaaaaas Normani wishes it looked as feminine and had even a MILLIONTH of success as Ru! 💯🤳🏽💋

  3. K’man October 5, 2021

    Maybe now the girls can start getting more money per episode instead of the alleged 500 dollars they make now.

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