Focused on comedies and reality projects, the shingle recently sold a comedy based on the Couple Time web series to Fox.
On the Big Screen
Finding Nemo's Dory was written with DeGeneres in mind. She is in negotiations to join the sequel.
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
The crown jewel enters its 10th season Sept. 10. To date, the most frequent guest is Howie Mandel (16 visits), with Justin Timberlake and David Spade (both 14) not far behind.
In 2004, the unconventional choice was made to sign DeGeneres, who didn't wear makeup at the time, as a CoverGirl. "I said: 'Are you trying to reach Ellen Barkin? You have the wrong Ellen,' " she quips of her initial surprise.
Her record label, launched in 2010, has signed musicians Greyson Chance (pictured), Savannah Robinson and Tom Andrews.
In early 2012, JCPenney -- where DeGeneres once worked in women's apparel -- signed her as a spokesperson, a decision that drew fire from One Million Moms group.
The DeGeneres-produced talk show (pictured with guest Justin Bieber) bowed to impressive numbers during its trial run this summer.
'Seriously … I'm Kidding'
The 2011 comedic release, in which she sounds off on her life, follows earlier books The Funny Thing Is … (2003) and My Point and I Do Have One (1995).
Big-Screen Projects in the Works
She has optioned film rights to Jodi Picoult's Sing You Home. Also of interest: making documentaries.
The Amazon -- aka Diana Prince -- has been portrayed by the likes of Lynda Carter, Cathy Lee Crosby, Adrienne Palicki, Keri Russell and, most recently, Gal Gadot, who is set to star in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman vs. Superman." View gallery
Nearly everything about "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" represents an improvement over the first installment of Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved creation. Watch video