These are just a few examples of stories we discovered and are currently developing for adaptation into feature films and television shows in partnership with major studios and production companies.
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DEEP COVER PODCAST
When Stowaway Entertainment’s Jeff Singer discovered the untold true story of Agent Ned Timmons’s six-year FBI undercover operation that led to the U.S. invasion of a foreign country, he knew he’d found a precious diamond in the rough that needed the proper shaping and polishing to truly shine. So he brought the story to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Jake Halpern, to develop into a premium quality podcast series. After a bidding war for the rights, they partnered with Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg’s podcast empire, Pushkin Industries. On July 13, 2020, Deep Cover: The Drug Wars premieres, with Singer and Halpern executive producing, and Halpern reporting and hosting. LISTEN HERE!
Two adventurous American “coyotes” smuggled hundreds of migrants into the United States in the nineteen-nineties.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
It was Morocco’s “Argo” – a film made in 1971 as a cover for a family drug-smuggling operation.
NY TIMES MAGAZINE
Col. Don Christensen, chief prosecutor of the U.S. Air Force, fought an uphill battle for justice in a landmark military sexual assault case.
ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE
Joe Passalaqua, family man by day, self-proclaimed hit man for the Gambino family by night.
Stowaway is currently developing Brian Frazer's hilarious and poignant memoir, Hyper--chondriac, as a television series. It was formerly an NBC/Ryan Murphy project.