Priyanka Chopra Jonas Signs First-Look TV Deal With Amazon Studios

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra Jonas has signed a first-look TV cope with Amazon Studios, the studio stated Tuesday.

As a part of the multi-year pact, the actress will develop each scripted and unscripted content material for Prime Video.

Chopra Jonas at present has three initiatives arrange at Amazon, the primary being Joe and Anthony Russo’s upcoming global-event collection, “Citadel,” which the “Quantico” alum will star on reverse Richard Madden. Madden and Chopra will lead the present’s U.S. version, which is the “mothership” present, and can be interconnected with local-language productions in Mexico, Italy and India. The actress will even star on the Amazon Studios movie “Sheela,” during which she’s going to painting non secular adviser Ma Anand Sheela, who was concerned within the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror assault in Oregon.

The third undertaking is an unscripted TV collection impressed by an Indian pre-wedding custom referred to as the Sangeet, which Chopra Jonas is growing for the tech big along with her husband Nick Jonas. The Sangeet takes place the evening earlier than a marriage ceremony, during which each side of the bethrothed’s households meet for a night of track and dance.

Best recognized to American audiences for her main function on ABC’s “Quantico,” Chopra Jonas not too long ago starred in and co-produced indie foriegn language movie “The Sky is Pink.” She’s set to star on Netflix’s upcoming movies “We Can Be Heroes” by Robert Rodriguez, and an adaptation of “The White Tiger,” which she can be government producing. Additionally, Chopra Jonas is growing an untitled Indian marriage ceremony comedy with Mindy Kaling and Dan Goor for Universal Television, which she’s going to co-produce and star in.

Variety first reported the information of Chopra’s cope with Amazon.

Summer is right here and with everybody staying at dwelling as a lot as attainable to forestall the unfold of COVID-19, we’re imagining your plans for this July and August have extra to do with TV listings than they did in years previous. Luckily, dozens of latest and returning reveals are premiering this summer season, regardless that there are fewer than standard, resulting from pandemic-forced manufacturing shutdowns. But the record nonetheless consists of some large titles like “The Twilight Zone” and “The Umbrella Academy,” plus unique reveals for brand spanking new streaming companies HBO Max and Peacock. Click by means of TheWrap’s gallery to see which collection can be premiering this summer season and when.

Series:  “The Chi”   Net: Showtime   Premiere: Sunday, June 21   Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Perry Mason”   Net: HBO    Premiere Date: Sunday, June 21    Time: 9 p.m.

Series: “Yellowstone”    Net: Paramount Network    PremiereDate: Sunday, June 21    Time: 9 p.m.

Series: “NOS4A2”    Net: AMC/BBC America    Premiere Date: Sunday, June 21   Time: 10 p.m.

Series:  “B90 Strikes Back!”    Net:  TLC     Premiere Date:  Monday, June 22      Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “Greenleaf”   Net: OWN    Premiere Date: Tuesday, June 23    Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Celebrity Show-Off”    Net:  TBS   Premiere Date:  Tuesday, June 23    Time: 10 p.m.

Series:  “Doom Patrol”    Net: HBO Max/DC Universe    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25    

Series:  “Search Party”    Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25  

Series:  “The Twilight Zone”    Net: CBS All Access    Premiere Date: Thursday, June 25   

Series:  “Dark”     Net:   Netflix    Premiere Date:  Saturday, June 27     

Series:  “Black Monday”   Net: Showtime    Premiere Date:   Sunday, June 28  Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “I’ll Be Gone within the Dark”    Net: HBO    Premiere Date:  Sunday, June 28   Time: 10 p.m.

Series:  “Unsolved Mysteries”    Net: Netflix     Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 1     

Series:  “Marriage Boot Camp”    Net: We TV    Premiere Date: Thursday, July 2    Time: 9 p.m.

 

Series:  “Carl Weber’s The Family Business”    Net:  BET+        Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 2        Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “The Baby-Sitters Club”    Net: Netflix    Premiere Date: Friday, July 3    

Series:  “Hanna”    Net: Amazon Prime Video    Premiere Date:  Friday, July 3  

Series:  “Outcry”    Net: Showtime    Premiere Date: Sunday, July 5     Time: 10 p.m.

 

Series:  “Stateless”      Net:  Netflix       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 8     

Series:  “Tough as Nails”    Net: CBS    Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 8     Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Close Enough”    Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9    

Series:  “Expecting Amy”   Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9     

Series:  “Cannonball”    Net:  USA        Premiere Date:   Thursday, July 9       Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “Chrisley Knows Best”    Net:  USA     Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 9        Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Greatness Code”    Net: Apple TV+    Premiere Date:    Friday, July 10   

Series:  “Little Voice”    Net: Apple TV+    Premiere Date:    Friday, July 10    

Series:  “P-Valley”    Net: Starz    Premiere Date: Sunday, July 12     Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Brave New World”    Net: Peacock    PremiereDate:     Wednesday, July 15   

Series:  “The Capture”    Net: Peacock    PremiereDate:   Wednesday, July 15   

Series:  “In Deep With Ryan Lochte”    Net: Peacock     Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15    Time: N/A

Series:  “Intelligence”    Net: Peacock    Premiere Date: Wednesday, July 15  

 

Series:  “Married at First Sight”    Net:  Lifetime       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15         Time:  Eight p.m.

Series:  “United We Fall”    Net:  ABC        Premiere Date:  Wednesday, July 15        Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “The House of Ho”  Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:   Thursday, July 16  

Series:  “Killer Camp”    Net:   The CW       Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 16        Time:  Eight p.m.

Series:  “Absentia”    Net:  Amazon Prime Video        Premiere Date:  Friday, July 17     

Series:  “The Alienist: Angel of Darkness”    Net:  TNT     Premiere Date: Sunday, July 19    Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Room 104”     Net: HBO     Premiere Date:     Friday, July 24    Time: 11 p.m.

Series:  “Last Chance U”    Net:   Netflix       Premiere Date:  Tuesday, July 28    

Series:  “The Dog House”   Net: HBO Max     Premiere Date: Thursday, July 30    

Series:  “Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy”    Net:   Netflix       Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 30      

Series:   “The Frayed”   Net: HBO Max    Premiere Date:  Thursday, July 30   

Series:  “Muppets Now”     Net: Disney+     Premiere Date: Friday, July 31     

Series:  “The Umbrella Academy”     Net: Netflix     PremiereDate: Friday, July 31  

Series:  “Real Housewives of Potomac”    Net: Bravo         Premiere Date:  Sunday, Aug. 2        Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “Taskmaster”    Net: The CW         Premiere Date:  Sunday, Aug. 2        Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “Fridge Wars”    Net:  The CW        Premiere Date:   Sunday, Aug. 2       Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “The Fugitive”    Net: Quibi         Premiere Date: Monday, Aug. 3      

Series:  “Coroner”    Net:  The CW       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, Aug. 5        Time: 9 p.m.

Series:  “Selling Sunset”    Net:  Netflix    Premiere Date: Friday, Aug. 7    

Series:  “Mapleworth Murders”    Net:  Quibi        Premiere Date:  Monday, Aug. 10     

Series:  “Hard Knocks”    Net: HBO         Premiere Date: Tuesday, Aug. 11         Time: 10 p.m.

Series:   “Ted Lasso”     Net:   Apple TV+      Premiere Date: Friday, Aug. 14      

Series:  “World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji”    Net: Amazon Prime Video         Premiere Date:  Friday, Aug. 14      

Series:  “Dead Pixels”    Net: The CW       Premiere Date:  Tuesday, Aug. 18        Time: Eight p.m.

Series:  “Lucifer”    Net:  Netflix        Premiere Date:  Friday, Aug. 21    

Series:  “Love Fraud”     Net: Showtime     Premiere Date: Sunday, Aug. 30   Time: 9 p.m.

Here’s when 58 broadcast, cable and streaming collection debut and are available again

Summer is right here and with everybody staying at dwelling as a lot as attainable to forestall the unfold of COVID-19, we’re imagining your plans for this July and August have extra to do with TV listings than they did in years previous. Luckily, dozens of latest and returning reveals are premiering this summer season, regardless that there are fewer than standard, resulting from pandemic-forced manufacturing shutdowns. But the record nonetheless consists of some large titles like “The Twilight Zone” and “The Umbrella Academy,” plus unique reveals for brand spanking new streaming companies HBO Max and Peacock. Click by means of TheWrap’s gallery to see which collection can be premiering this summer season and when.

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