‘Supernatural’ star Jensen Ackles and wife Danneel Ackles, have inked an exclusive overall deal with Warner Bros.TV via their newly formed film company, Chaos Machine Productions.
The partnership will have the couple produce original TV programming that will broadcast across all WBTV platforms. Renee Reiff, former executive of DC Entertainment will serve as head of development for the company.
“Warner Bros. has been my home for the better part of two decades,” said Ackles. “The relationships I have acquired there are some of the finest and most supportive I could have hoped for in this industry. Danneel and I are thrilled for the opportunity to continue to grow as artists and now as producers under the mentorship and guidance of Peter Roth and the whole WBTV team.”
Jensen has stayed on the WBTV produced drama series ‘Supernatural’ for the past 15 years since its debut episode premiered in September 2005. The show is expected to wrap up come this fall. During the 13th season of the show, Danneel was cast as Sister Jo aka the angel Anael, who came in to make a deal with Lucifer.
Jensen’s television credits include, ‘Smallville’, ‘Dark Angel’, ‘Days of our Lives’ amongst others. His next small-screen appearance will be on the third season of the Amazon Prime Video superhero/vigilante drama ‘The Boys’ where he will re-team with ‘supernatural’ creator Eric Kripke. He has also made appearances in film features such as ‘Devour’ and ‘My Bloody Valentine.’
Danneel on the hand has starred in television and film projects such as, ‘One Tree Hill’, ‘Harold and Kumar’, ‘”Friends with Benefits’, ‘Joey’ and ‘Retired at 35’.