Charlize Theron Inks First-Look TV Deal With HBO, HBO Max (Exclusive)

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Charlize Theron's Denver & Delilah banner is putting down its TV roots.

The production company has inked a two-year, first-look TV deal with HBO and HBO Max. Under the pact, Theron and her Denver & Delilah partners Beth Kono and A.J. Dix will create and develop new projects for the premium cable network and streaming service.

The company, which previously was housed at Universal Content Productions, has produced multiple scripted series including David Fincher's Netflix drama Mindhunter, Netflix's short-lived Girlboss and the unscripted entry Hyperdrive. Andrew Haas, who previously worked with Johnny Galecki at his production company, recently joined Denver & Delilah and will oversee the company's TV slate.

On the film side, Denver & Delilah counts Monster, Young Adult, Tully, A Private War, Atomic Blonde, Brain on Fire and Murder Mystery. More recently, the company produced Long Shot, Bombshell and Netflix's The Gold Guard.

Denver & Delilah is repped by WME and Hansen Jacobson.