Sunday Night Productions
|John Krasinski (Chairman and CEO)|
Sunday Night Productions is an American film and television production company founded by John Krasinski and Allyson Seeger in 2013. It is known for producing the television series Lip Sync Battle, Dream Corp, LLC and Jack Ryan, the YouTube streaming news show Some Good News, and the feature-length films The Hollars, A Quiet Place, and A Quiet Place Part II.
In 2013, John Krasinski and Allyson Seeger formed Sunday Night Productions with Krasinski's money from The Office. In May 2014, Krasinski and Seeger produced his film directorial debut The Hollars, which was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. In September 2014, Krasinski would produce both Shawn Wines' law student turned garbage collection comedy, as well as Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan's workplace/family hybrid through Sunday Night for NBC, but, there have been no further developments for both shows. In November 2015, it was announced that Krasinski and Seeger will co-produce Dream Corp, LLC with Stephen Merchant for Adult Swim. In September 2016, it was announced that Krasinski and Seeger will co-produce Alex Carter's adaptation of the My Bad Parent book and blog for Fox, but there have been no further developments since. In March 2017, it was announced that Krasinski and Seeger will co-produce the film A Quiet Place with Platinum Dunes for Paramount Pictures, with Krasinski also co-writing and directing.
Projects in development
In 2013. Krasinski will produce an action-adventure movie he wrote with Oren Uziel for Warner Bros. In April 2018, Krasinski and Platinum Dunes will produce the sci-fi thriller Life on Mars, based on a short story by Cecil Castellucci for Paramount. In May 2018, Sunday Night will produce Krasinski and Aaron Sorkin’s Chateut Marmont miniseries The Hotel on Sunshine, for HBO. In July 2018, Sunday Night will co-produce a Marc Rich biopic with Matt Damon in talks to play Rich. On March 22, 2019, Sunday Night will produce the film adaptation of Rebecca Alexander’s memoir Not Fade Away for Annapurna Pictures along with David O. Russell, with Emily Blunt in talks to play Alexander.
- The King of Oil (with Universal Pictures)
- Not Fade Away (with Annapurna Pictures)
- Life on Mars (with Paramount Pictures)
- Untitled action-adventure film (with Warner Bros. Pictures)
|Year||Film title||Director||Budget||Gross (worldwide)||Notes|
|2016||The Hollars||John Krasinski||$3.8 million||$1.1 million|
|2018||A Quiet Place||John Krasinski||$17–21 million||$340.9 million|
|2021||A Quiet Place Part II||John Krasinski||N/A||N/A|
|2015–present||Lip Sync Battle||Paramount Network||with Eight Million Plus Productions, Matador Content, Four Eyes Entertainment and Casey Patterson Entertainment|
|2016–present||Dream Corp, LLC||Adult Swim||with Caviar Content (season 1), Alive and Kicking, Inc. (season 2) and Williams Street|
|2017–present||Jack Ryan||Paramount Network||with Amazon Prime, Platinum Dunes, and Skydance|
|2020–present||Some Good News||YouTube||N/A|
Awards and recognition
|2019||Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie||A Quiet Place||Won|||
|Best Structured Series||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|||
|2018||Outstanding Structured Reality Program||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|||
|2017||Outstanding Structured Reality Program||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|
|2016||Outstanding Structured Reality Program||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|
|2018||Outstanding Producer of Competition Television||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|||
|2017||Outstanding Producer of Competition Television||Lip Sync Battle||Nominated|||
|2020||Webby Award for Special Achievement||Some Good News||Won|||
|2019||Webby Award for Video - Trailer||Dream Corp LLC Dream Sequence||Nominated|||
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- "2017 PGA Award Winners".
- "2020 Webby Award Winners".
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