Fulwell 73 Productions has teamed up with NBA Entertainment to produce docuseries following the 2023 basketball games. Difference He learned alone.
A 10-part docuseries, currently untitled, will be released soon. The project is described as “a series of presentations on the league’s annual marquee event.”
Fulwell, 73, is behind credits from “Late Late Show with James Corden,” “Carpool Karaoke,” “The Kardashians,” the Grammy Awards, a “Friends” reunion and Adele’s Emmy-winning CBS special, among others. The production company has produced nearly a dozen sports documentaries, including Amazon’s “All or Nothing: Juventus,” which follows Juventus soccer club in the Italian Premier League during the 2020-21 season, and the Netflix documentary “Sunderland Till I Die.” ” who led the English club in the 2017-18 season.
“There are few sporting events in the world that measure up to the NBA Playoffs and the journey these world-class athletes make,” Ben Winston, one of the founding partners of Fulwell 73, said in a statement. Take it throughout. We are thrilled to partner with the NBA to bring fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the most exciting ten weeks in sports.
At Fulwell 73, Winston is a partner with Leo Perlman, Ben Turner and Gabe Turner. In the year In 2017, James Corden joined as a partner. Based in London and Los Angeles, the company was born in 2005 from a lifelong friendship between the founding partners, and continues to expand in film and television with projects on various networks and streams.
In the year In 2022, Fulwell 73 won six Emmys and received 11 nominations, including wins for “Carpool Karaoke: the Series” on Apple TV+ for a short-lived comedy, drama or variety series and variety for “Adele: One Night Only” on CBS.