Blumhouse Television has earned critical acclaim and numerous honors for its dark, edgy fare including Emmy® awards for its productions of HBO's The Normal Heart and The Jinx, as well as the prestigious Peabody award for The Jinx and the documentary How to Dance in Ohio. Blumhouse Television launched as an independent studio in 2017 with funding from ITV. Projects since the studio launch include Golden Globe® and Emmy® nominated Sharp Objects; the Golden Globe®, Critics Choice® and Writers Guild® award nominated The Loudest Voice starring Russell Crowe who won a Golden Globe® and was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild® for his role as Ailes; the upcoming Showtime limited series The Good Lord Bird, from Ethan Hawke and James McBride premiering 2020; and an eight-film anthology for Amazon Prime.
The studio also produced The Purge on USA Network from writer/director/producer James DeMonaco and based on the popular film franchise; and the first-of-its-kind holiday themed anthology event series Into the Dark for Hulu. Blumhouse continues its true crime docuseries tradition with A Wilderness of Error from award-winning producer/director Marc Smerling with participation from Errol Morris premiering on FX in 2020 and projects with Netflix, Oxygen, among others; and continues to develop award-winning and critically acclaimed documentary films. Past documentary films include Writers Guild Award® winner Bathtubs Over Broadway and winner of the 2018 Sundance Audience Award This is Home. Alongside Exposure, upcoming documentary films include Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America’s Elections on HBO, A Secret Love with producer Ryan Murphy, selected for the Documentary Spotlight section of the 2020 SxSW Film Festival and premiering on Netflix this spring; Pray Away from BAFTA nominated director/producer Kristine Stolakis selected by the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival as an In Competition selection; and Pharma Bro from acclaimed director Brent Hodge selected by Hot Docs as a Special Presentation.