Charlize Theron Signs First-Look TV Deal With HBO and HBO Max

Charlize Theron Signs First-Look TV Deal With HBO and HBO Max
Charlize Theron has signed a two-year first-look TV deal with HBO and HBO Max, a WarnerMedia spokesperson told TheWrap Tuesday.

The multi-year, cross-platform pact will see the “Bombshell” star and her producing partners Beth Kono and Aj Dix develop small-screen projects for the WarnerMedia-owned pay TV channel and newly launched streaming service through their Denver & Delilah production company, with Andrew Haas overseeing the TV series slate.

HBO Max debuted in May and boasts a lineup of originals that includes the first season of anthology “Love Life,” which starred Anna Kendrick, and the Kaley Cuoco dramedy “The Flight Attendant,” among others.

Theron’s Denver & Delilah banner, which previously had a deal with Universal Content Productions, has produced multiple series, including David Fincher’s “Mindhunter,” the now-ended “Girlboss” and the unscripted series “Hyperdrive,” all at Netflix.

On the film side, Denver & Delilah’s recent projects include the Theron-led “Long Shot” and “Bombshell
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