Warner Bros Television Group secretly ended a multi-platform deal with Patrisse Cullors, the former leader of Black Lives Matter, The Post has learned.
The Post can reveal no shows were produced under the deal, despite Cullors saying she planned dramas, comedies, documentary series and animated programming for children.
“The studio signed an overall deal with BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors at some point in 2020,” said a source familiar with the studio’s contract negotiations Friday.
“Deal expired at end of October 2022.
“The deal unfortunately did not result in any produced shows.”
The multi-year agreement was to develop and produce original programming to include black stories across streaming, cable and broadcast platforms.
It encompassed animated and children’s content as well as scripted and unscripted series, according to Variety, which reported on the deal in October 2020.
The agreement was meant to draw on Cullors’ experience as a leader of the movement which started in the