Entertainment One

Canadian entertainment company

Entertainment One, also known as eOne (aka E1), is a Canadian entertainment company.

Entertainment One
Entertainment One
Formerly
  • Records On Wheels Limited (1970–1980)
  • ROW Entertainment (1980–2005)
  • Entertainment One Income Fund (2005–2009)
  • E1 Entertainment (2009–2010)
Company typeSubsidiary
LSE: ETO
IndustryEntertainment
Predecessors
FoundedJune 1, 1970; 54 years ago (1970-06-01)
Founder
FateReorganized,[1] acquired by Lionsgate, then spilt into eOne Canada, eOne Films and Lionsgate Alternative Television
SuccessorseOne Canada (films and television series within Canada)
eOne Films (films)
Lionsgate Alternative Television (television series)
Headquarters,
Canada
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Darren Throop
(CEO)
Products
    • music
    • film
    • television
    • virtual reality
    • live entertainment
Revenue£941.2 million (2019)[2]
ParentHasbro (2019–2023)
Lionsgate (2023–2024)
Lionsgate Studios (2024–present)
Divisions
Subsidiaries
Websitewww.entertainmentone.com

TV shows

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References

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  1. Goldbart, Max (August 3, 2023). "Hasbro Confirms Sale Of eOne To Lionsgate For $500M". Deadline Hollywood.
  2. "Annual Report 2019". Entertainment One. Retrieved 17 September 2019.[permanent dead link]
  3. "Brad Weston Launches Production Company With Backing From Universal, eOne". Variety.com.