For her Bond Group Entertainment company, Amy Adams is establishing roots. The company formerly known as Endeavor Content, Fifth Season, has signed the six-time Oscar nominee to a multi-year, first-look TV agreement. According to the agreement, Eddie Adams, director of development at Bond Group, Kathleen Clifford, manager Stacy O’Neil, and Adams will collaborate to produce new TV shows for the Fifth Season, with an emphasis on best-selling novels and elevating underrepresented perspectives.
Joe Hipps, Fifth Season’s head of TV development and production, said, “Amy’s passion as an artist and her drive to highlight our shared humanity via multidimensional characters across all genres matches perfectly with what we want to do here at the Fifth Season.” We are eager to collaborate with Amy, Stacy, and the other members of the Bond Group team.
Kings of America on Netflix, Willa of the Wood, Finding the Mother Tree, Nightbitch, and Outlawed are all currently in development by the Bond Group. The agreement was reached after Adams produced the Enchanted sequel, Disenchanted, which is currently streaming on Disney+, and starred in and executive produced the HBO limited series Sharp Objects.
We are eagerly anticipating working with Joe and the entire Fifth Season team. We have the same goal of creating distinctive original material, and we also want to encourage new voices and tell real tales, according to Adams.
With comprehensive deals, Adams and her Bond Group join Mad Gene Media, founded by Oscar Isaac and Elvira Lind, in the Fifth Season. WME, Linden Entertainment, and Sloane Offer represent Bond Group.