All set to produce the next big true crime doc project, the popular Sarah Lawrence College Sex Cult series, just like the latest addition to the genre, Adam McKay’s “God Forbid: The Sex Scandal That Toppled a Dynasty.” Hulu’s most-watched documentary title to date.
The Disney-owned streamer has confirmed that it will not release specific viewership figures for its content Difference The new record, set by “God Forbid” and previously held at 2019’s “Fyre Fest,” counts all original and non-original material and is based on hours released in the first three weeks.
Produced by Alfred Spellman Racontour and McKay Hypoobject and directed by Billy Corben, “God Forbid Them: The Sex Scandal That Toppled a Dynasty” centers on Giancarlo Granda, a former pool attendant at the Fontainebleau Hotel, whose relationship with Becky Falwell and her husband, the evangelical Trump filly Jerry Falwell Jr. and presidential A strong influence on choice.
The success of “God Forbid” comes from Belisa Balaban, senior vice president of documentaries and scripted series for Hulu, vice president Beth Osisek and their team, “Captured Audience” (directed by Jess Dimmock of Russo Bros.) in June, Hulu’s most-watched docs and “Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons” from director Matt Turnauer, which took that much-watched title from “Captive Audience” in July.
Next, Hulu will debut “Stolen Youth: Sarah Lawrence in the Cult,” narrated by Larry Ray-influenced alumni, early next year. For this original series about the infamous sex cult, Hull is particularly involved in the 2010 Sarah Lawrence College “horrific story of mind control and abuse that began with a sneak peek.”
“Stolen Youth” was produced by the Oscar-winning team at Story Syndicate (Dan Cogan, Liz Garbus and John Bardin) and is the result of three years of work by director and executive producer Zach Henzerling. They begin to understand what they’ve been through,” Hulu explained.