Fireworks International TV Shows

Fireworks International is the digital distribution and television sector of ContentFilm, a part of the Content Media Corporation. Content Media Corporation is a vast company that's headquartered both in Los Angeles, California and in London, United Kingdom. The independent studio (Fireworks International) was established by Jay Firestone, who is a prominent Canadian TV and movie producer. This happened in 1996. Firestone's main goal with Fireworks International was to distribute, finance and produce movies and television programs alike. Fireworks International is currently known by the name of "Content Television." This changed occurred in the spring of 2011. Although Fireworks International began its existence as a Canadian company, it's now part of a larger British operation.

The well-known media firm Canwest Global purchased Fireworks International in the spring of 1998. Fireworks International then was bought by the British entity ContentFilm. ContentFilm served as the production company that was responsible for The Cooler, a romantic film from 2003 that starred Alec Baldwin, William H. Macy, Maria Bello, Arthur J. Nascarella, Paul Sorvino, Joey Fatone and Ron Livingston.

Some of the many television shows that were part of Fireworks International in the past include the hit La Femme Nikita, Queen of Swords, Adventure Inc., Black Hole High, Relic Hunter, 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd, Even Stevens, Mutant X and Robocop: Prime Detectives. Some of the many movies that were part of Fireworks International were An American Rhapsody, Raising Victor Vargas, Me Without You, The Man From Elysian Fields, The Believer, Simon Magus and Interstate 60.