Primetime Emmy-winning producer Bruna Papandrea, known for her involvement in hit series like “Big Little Lies” and “The Undoing,” is reportedly considering the sale of her renowned production company, Made Up Stories. This potential sale has piqued the interest of industry insiders, raising questions about the future of the company.
Bruna Papandrea’s Production Company ‘Made Up Stories’ on the Market: What’s Next?
The potential sale of Bruna Papandrea’s production company, Made Up Stories, is currently in its early stages. As of now, there are no confirmed bidders, leaving questions about Papandrea’s future involvement in the company she co-founded six years ago with Steve Hutensky and Jodi Matterson.
While the details are still uncertain, one thing is clear: Papandrea’s career has been on a remarkable trajectory since her previous collaborations with Reese Witherspoon’s Pacific Standard, resulting in acclaimed productions like “Big Little Lies” and “Gone Girl.”
Bruna Papandrea’s Exciting Lineup: From Big Little Lies to Future Endeavors
Under the banner of Made Up Stories, Bruna Papandrea has produced numerous successful projects, including Prime Video’s The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, HBO’s The Undoing, Netflix’s Anatomy of a Scandal and Luckiest Girl Alive, Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers, and the Australian crime film The Dry.
While the sale of Made Up Stories is reportedly a small deal expected to be under $100 million, Papandrea’s post-Pacific Standard plans include a potential third season of Big Little Lies and the second season of Nine Perfect Strangers.