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Cate Blanchett's production company Dirty Films scores a first-look TV deal with FX Networks

Cate Blanchett’s production company Dirty Films has scored a first-look TV deal with FX Productions.

The exciting new deal is set to cover all scripted and unscripted programming for FX with further possibility to branch out to its umbrella company’s Walt Disney Television divisions.

The deal is a significant step for the Oscar-winner, 51, who founded the independent film and television company with Australian playwright, Andrew Upton.

Major news! Cate Blanchett's production company Dirty Films has scored a first-look TV deal with FX Productions [The actress pictured at the Golden Globe Awards in January]

Major news! Cate Blanchett’s production company Dirty Films has scored a first-look TV deal with FX Productions [The actress pictured at the Golden Globe Awards in January] 

Cate recently starred in, and executive produced the historical drama miniseries Mrs. America, which aired on FX networks.

American film producer, Coco Francini, who co-produced Mrs. America joined Dirty Films earlier this year. 

The success of the show had Gina Balian, the president of programming for FX Entertainment, singing the star’s praises.

‘Cate Blanchett is a legendary talent, and it was little surprise that her first role as an Executive Producer and star in an American television program – ‘Mrs. America’ – was such an overwhelming success,’ she gushed. 

Soon to come: The new deal will cover all scripted and unscripted programming for FX with further possibility to branch out to its umbrella company's Walt Disney Television divisions

Soon to come: The new deal will cover all scripted and unscripted programming for FX with further possibility to branch out to its umbrella company’s Walt Disney Television divisions

Talented: Cate recently starred in, and executive produced the historical drama miniseries Mrs. America, which aired on FX networks [Pictured on the show]

Talented: Cate recently starred in, and executive produced the historical drama miniseries Mrs. America, which aired on FX networks [Pictured on the show]

Speaking further about the exciting new deal, Gina said: ‘Cate, Andrew and Coco are equally talented at crafting and producing incredible stories, and we welcome this opportunity to support their future television projects under this overall agreement.’ 

Dirty Film productions have also been home to a further slew of recent success stories such as the Australian miniseries Stateless, starring Jai Courtney and Yvonne Strahovski. 

Other credits from the company include the critically acclaimed 2015 movie, Carol, which starred Cate and Rooney Mara.  

In a statement issued by the company, they detailed their pure delight in furthering their relationship with FX networks.

'She is a legendary talent': The success of which had Gina Balian, the president of programming for FX Entertainment, singing the star's praises

‘She is a legendary talent’: The success of which had Gina Balian, the president of programming for FX Entertainment, singing the star’s praises








‘We are excited to continue working with John (Landgraf), Eric (Schrier), Gina and the entire brilliant team at FX.

‘Through our collaboration on Mrs. America, we’ve experienced firsthand their enthusiasm for robust conversations, and their unwavering support for bold and ambitious entertainment.’

Hollywood megastar Cate has been the recipient of two Oscars – first for her role in 2004’s Blue Jasmine and then The Aviator in 2005.

No stopping her! The deal is a significant step for the Oscar-winner who founded the independent film and television company with Australian playwright Andrew Upton

No stopping her! The deal is a significant step for the Oscar-winner who founded the independent film and television company with Australian playwright Andrew Upton

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