From the producers of the Billboard Music Awards and live television events like The Passion and Knock Knock Live comes a new live experience: For The Record Live.
A genre-bending tribute to some of today’s greatest filmmakers, For The Record Live will turn the soundtracks from famous films — like Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill — into “immersive live entertainment events” on TV.
“Five years ago, we set out to create a live production that celebrated movies and the people who make them. We built a production in Hollywood and filled it with talent paying tribute to the biggest icons of the movie and music industries,” said Shane Scheel, For The Record creator and executive producer. “Over the years, we’ve been privileged to welcome many of these directors and stars of their movies to our shows. Their experiences at our shows are what sparked the idea for the live television adaptation of For The Record. We could not imagine better partners than ABC and the legendary dick clark productions to help make our vision come alive on television.”
For The Record initially started in a small bar in East Hollywood back in 2010, but when Mark Bracco, EVP of programming and development for dick clark productions, saw the show, he knew it’d be a hit. “The first time I saw For The Record, I knew it would make a great live TV event,” said Bracco. “We are thrilled to partner with ABC and For The Record to create a truly unique live television experience.”