The small screen legend is set to call HBO and HBO Max home for the foreseeable future.
To paraphrase another iconic mob family: Someday, and that day is today, WarnerMedia will call upon David Chase to do a service for them. And as a gift on the day that The Many Saints of Newark premieres in theaters and on HBO Max, The Sopranos creator has signed a five-year first-look deal with the multimedia conglomerate.
As per Variety, Chase will develop content for HBO, HBO Max, and Warner Bros. Pictures Group alongside Nicole Lambert, executive vice president of Chase Films. Chase is still best known as the creator of The Sopranos, the iconic TV show that ran for six seasons, evolving into a critical darling and cultural phenomenon, one that regularly comes up in the conversation when it comes to naming the greatest TV show of all time. Warner Bros. exec Toby Emmerich was thrilled to have closed the deal, speaking very highly of Chase.