The Cutting Room by Louise Welsh

The Cutting Room
Developed in partnership with Endor Productions and adapted from the award winning thriller The Cutting Room by bestselling Scottish author, Louise Welsh. This series explores the dark underworld of Glasgow though one of modern fiction’s most mysterious and intriguing characters.

Railroad Tracks to Stormy Skies

The Blessings
Inspired by the book by Lesley Poling-Kempes, The Harvey Girls: Women Who Opened the West, and developed and adapted with London based writer, Liz Lake (Riviera, Call the Midwife). This series is about the daring women who worked at the legendary Harvey Houses along the Santa Fe Railroad at the turn of the 20th century. The Blessings explores the resonant themes of identity, sexuality, sisterhood and female independence as these women embark on a voyage into the unknown and seize their chance to live the American Dream.


Developed in partnership with A&E, Starling Entertainment, and Propagate Content. This series explores the world of one of the most mysterious, misunderstood, and powerful civilizations the world has ever known. Narratives of the Aztec civilization have been invariably told through the eyes of the conquerors. Aztecs—finally—brings this unimaginable world to life through the eyes of the Aztec people.

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From a Stan Lee original idea, developed in partnership with Starlings Entertainment, and Stan Lee’s Pow Entertainment. This series is a different take on the superhero genre that centers on a Native American homicide detective. This series is currently under offer by a major SVOD.

An original creation by Atalaya. This reality-bending anthology series is an ingenious exploration of the crises of identity in the modern world.

Esteban: The Place Beyond The World
Inspired by the book, Esteban: The African Slave that Explored America, by Dennis Herrick, this series explores the forgotten life of one history’s most unimaginable heroes. It’s an epic journey that traverses the American continent 200 years before the founding of the nation and re-contextualizes the mythology of America.