Spectrum Originals to Shutdown as Charter Gets Out of Scripted Programming

Spectrum Originals to Shutdown as Charter Gets Out of Scripted Programming
Charter is phasing out Spectrum Originals as the cable provider moves out of the original scripted series space, Variety has confirmed.

The move comes after it was reported that Spectrum Originals head Katherine Pope would be leaving the company to take over Sony Pictures Television from Jeff Frost. Pope is due to begin her new role in the coming weeks, at which time Charter will begin to phase out the Originals division.

Spectrum Originals first launched in 2018 with the acquisition of the “Bad Boys” spinoff “LA’s Finest” starring Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union after the show was not picked up to series at NBC. Since then, Spectrum Originals has aired shows like the revival of “Mad About You,” “Joe Pickett,” “The Bite,” and “Paradise Lost.”

The shutdown will be a gradual process, sources say, as there are still several shows in the pipeline at the platform. Those include the Lena
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