Warner Bros. Television Group and Greg Berlanti have announced that the prolific Emmy, Writers Guild, Producers Guild, and Directors Guild Award–nominated writer/producer/director has signed a new overall deal with the Studio. The exclusive multiyear agreement ensures that Berlanti Productions will remain based at Warner Bros. for its television operations into the year 2027. Financial terms were not disclosed, per company practice.
Under the terms of the deal, Berlanti Productions will continue to develop new television programming to be produced by divisions of the Warner Bros. Television Group for all platforms, including Warner Bros. Discovery’s HBO Max, external streaming services, cable, and the broadcast networks.
The new pact continues a highly successful relationship between Berlanti Productions and WBTVG that dates back, over two stints, to 2001 and has been renewed multiple times. Greg Berlanti has produced or created more than 40 shows in the last 20 years, with more than 1,300 hours of television under his belt. During the 2019–20 season, he had 20 shows on the air or in production at once, taking over five nights of the week over six different networks and streamers. His company, Berlanti Productions, currently has upwards of 15 shows on the air or shooting.
Berlanti Productions’ The Flight Attendant has received a dozen Emmy nominations. Berlanti also co-created the incredibly successful series You, with season three staying at Netflix’s number one spot for three consecutive weeks. Numerous Berlanti Productions series such as All American and All American: Homecoming have held spots on Netflix’s top 10 list for over 15 weeks.
Berlanti was behind DC’s successful live-action shared television universe in the last decade, starring key comic book characters like The Flash, Superman, Green Arrow, Supergirl, and Batwoman on The CW. This successful 38-season (and counting) run across the shows broke numerous ratings records for the network. In addition, Berlanti started a second DC universe with critically acclaimed hits Titans, Doom Patrol, and DC’s Stargirl, and is set to launch the upcoming new series Dead Boy Detectives for HBO Max this year.
Throughout his career, Berlanti has been a prominent leader and voice for inclusion in the entertainment industry, both on screen and off camera. In 2022, he received the Norman Lear Achievement from the Producers Guild of America for his career accomplishments and impact on the art and craft of television. Berlanti also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last year.
For Berlanti Productions, Sarah Schechter continues to serve as Partner and Chairwoman of the company alongside Greg, as well as for Berlanti/Schechter Films.
Additionally, Leigh London Redman serves as President of Berlanti Productions, overseeing television.