Entertainment One

Entertainment One, also known as eOne, is a publicly traded Canadian multinational entertainment company.[10] Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the company is primarily involved in the acquisition, distribution, and production of films, music, and television series. The company became a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index in 2013.[11][12]

Entertainment One Ltd.
Records On Wheels Limited (1970–1980)
ROW Entertainment (1980–2005)
Entertainment One Income Fund (2005–2009)
E1 Entertainment (2009–2010)
Traded asLSE: ETO
Entertainment distribution
Founded1970 (1970)
FounderDarren Throop
Toronto, Ontario
Area served
Key people
Allan Leighton
(Non-Executive Director & Chairman)
Darren Throop
Steve Bertram
(President, Film & Television)
Olivier Dumont
(President, Family & Brands)
Chris Taylor
(Global President, Music)
Revenue£941.2 million (2019)[1]

On August 22, 2019, U.S. toy company Hasbro announced its intent to acquire eOne for $4 billion.



The company has its origins in the music distributor Records on Wheels (which was established in 1970), and the music retail chain CD Plus. The chain was in the process of acquiring other companies to bolster its wholesale operations in music and home video, leading to its purchase of ROW in 2001.[13] Its vice president of operations, Darren Throop, had joined the company after CD Plus acquired his Halifax-based record store chain Urban Sound Exchange. The combined company later became known as ROW Entertainment, with Throop as president and CEO. The company listed itself on the Toronto Stock Exchange as an income trust, meaning that its taxes were paid by its shareholders, rather than the company itself.[14][15][16][17]

Afterward, ROW began to diversify its operations into content ownership. In June 2005, it acquired the American independent music distributor and home entertainment publisher Koch Entertainment.[18][16] In 2006, Canada's Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty announced that the government would impose a new tax on income trusts, having considered the conversion of companies to this structure to be a "growing trend to corporate tax avoidance".[19] The announcement had a major impact on ROW's stock price.[14]

In 2007, the company accepted a $188 million public equity takeover by Marwyn Investment Management to fund its expansion; the company was listed on London's Alternative Investment Market as Entertainment One Ltd.[20]


In 2007, Entertainment One acquired Montreal-based film distributor Seville Pictures and UK distributor Contender Entertainment Group.[21] The same year, the company secured its first film output agreement with Summit Entertainment, handling distribution in Canada and the United Kingdom, and acquired British film distributor Contender Entertainment.[14][22] Acquisitions continued in 2008 with the purchase of the Benelux distributor RCV Entertainment.[23] The same year, eOne acquired the television studios Blueprint and Barna-Alper, and international television distributor Oasis International.[24] Throop stated that the company was attempting to "replicate the success of Alliance Atlantis", with a focus on diversifying into production alongside distribution.[25] Also in 2008, the company listed itself on the London Stock Exchange.[14]

In April 2011, eOne acquired Australian distribution company Hopscotch for £12.9 million.[26] On May 28, 2012, eOne placed a bid to purchase the Canadian film distributor Alliance Films from Goldman Sachs Group and Investissement Québec.[27] The deal was completed on January 9, 2013, giving eOne Canadian distribution rights for titles from Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Weinstein Company, Lionsgate Films and Focus Features.[28] On May 28, 2014, eOne announced a strategic investment in interactive agency Secret Location; the firm would continue to operate independently under the leadership of James Milward (President, Executive Producer and Founder), and partners Pietro Gagliano (Creative Director and SVP) and Ryan Andal (Technical Director and SVP).[29] On June 2, 2014, eOne acquired Phase 4 Films; its CEO Berry Meyerowitz was named as head of eOne's U.S. film distribution business and North American family entertainment business.[30] On July 17, the company acquired Paperny Entertainment.[31][32] On August 28, 2014, eOne acquired Force Four Entertainment.[33]

On January 5, 2015, eOne acquired a 51% stake in Mark Gordon's self-named studio, with an option to acquire the remainder at a later date. The purchase was part of an effort by eOne to bolster its presence in the United States.[34] On September 9, 2015, eOne revived the Momentum Pictures brand (which was previously used by Alliance UK) and announced that it had entered into a multi-picture deal with Orion Pictures to jointly acquire films for "specialized theatrical releases" in the U.S., and targeted international releases, focusing on ancillary and digital distribution.[35]

Marwyn Investment Management sold its 18% stake in Entertainment One to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) on September 16, 2015.[36][37]

On September 30, 2015, eOne acquired a 70% stake in British animation studio Astley Baker Davies—producers of the animated children's series Peppa Pig.[38] On December 16, 2015, eOne, Steven Spielberg, Reliance Entertainment, and Participant Media officially announced a joint venture known as Amblin Partners. eOne serves as an investor, while the majority of its films will be distributed by Universal Pictures.[39]

On January 7, 2016, eOne made a strategic investment in Sierra Pictures[40] and on January 20, 2016, the company acquired Dualtone Music Group.[41] On March 8, 2016, eOne the acquired music recording, publishing and artist management company Last Gang, and announced that its founder Chris Taylor would join the company as president of music.[42] On March 24, 2016, eOne acquired a 65% interest in David Garfinkle and Jay Renfroe's unscripted production company Renegade 83.[43]

On August 10, 2016, eOne rejected an offer to be acquired by British television broadcaster ITV plc for £1 billion ($1.3 billion US). eOne considered the offer to be "fundamentally undervalued".[44]

On August 17, 2016, eOne announced that it would acquire Secret Location outright for an undisclosed amount.[45] On September 12, 2016, eOne announced its acquisition of UK-based music management company Hardlivings.[46]

eOne consolidated its film and television studios into a single structure in 2017, as part of an effort to reposition its operations towards production rather than acquisitions and "large output deals".[47]

On January 29, 2018, eOne acquired the remaining 49% in The Mark Gordon Co., and Gordon was named eOne's new president and chief content officer of film, television and digital.[5][48]

On March 5, 2019, eOne's Benelux division was acquired by a new company named WW Entertainment, founded by Wilco Wolfers and Caspar Wenckebach. As a result, all eOne Benelux titles, including future releases, have since moved to WW.[49] Later that month, eOne reached an agreement with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to handle home media distribution of its films and television series in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, New Zealand, the United States, and the United Kingdom.[50]

Acquisition by Hasbro

On August 22, 2019, American toy and media company Hasbro announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire Entertainment One for US$4 billion. eOne's CEO Darren Throop cited that its goals to "unlock the power and value of creativity" were "[aligned] with Hasbro's corporate objectives", and would be enhanced by access to Hasbro's properties and merchandising capabilities. eOne's Canadian operations will be structured in such a way as to maintain eligibility for Canadian content classification.[51][52] The purchase was approved by shareholders on October 17, 2019.[53]

The deal was approved by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. On November 21, 2019, the United Kingdom's Competition and Markets Authority announced that it would investigate the purchase under British competition law, to determine if it would result in a lessening of competition.[54][55]



Entertainment One Films is a Canadian-owned film studio owned by Entertainment One. The company was initially involved primarily in acquiring films for international distribution, but has since shifted its resources towards producing and funding its own films.

The division was formed in 2007,[56] and acquired the Montreal-based Séville Pictures soon afterwards.[57] In 2012, the company announced that it would acquire Alliance Films for CDN$225 million,[58] which also added the assets of Maple Pictures and Momentum Pictures to its holdings.[59][60]

In May 2015, eOne consolidated its film production and international sales units into a new unit known as eOne Features, with a goal to self-produce and finance six-to-eight films per-year.[61] On December 16, 2015, it was announced that eOne would be an investor in Amblin Partners, a joint venture between Steven Spielberg, Reliance Entertainment, and Participant Media, and Universal Pictures.[62]

On January 7, 2016, eOne made a strategic investment in Sierra Pictures.[63] On September 9, 2016, eOne reached a first look co-financing and international distribution deal with Tucker Tooley's Tooley Productions.[64][65]

On September 23, 2016, Xavier Dolan's eOne-distributed film Juste la fin du monde was announced as Canada's entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category for the 89th Academy Awards.[66]

In January 2019, Universal Pictures acquired eOne's Australian and New Zealand self-distribution division.[67]


eOne Television (formerly Barna-Alper Productions) is a television production company founded in 1980 and based in Toronto, Ontario. In April 2005, the company launched a distribution division, Barna-Alper Releasing. Entertainment One acquired Barna-Alper Productions Inc., Blueprint Entertainment, and distributor Oasis International in July 2008 to expand its television production and distribution capabilities. As part of a company-wide rebrand, the three companies were folded into E1 Television in January 2009.[68]

Notable television series distributed or produced by eOne and its subsidiaries have included Call Me Fitz, Cardinal, Criminal Minds,[69] Designated Survivor,[70] Haven, The Rookie, The Walking Dead, and the HBO series Hung, Run, and Sharp Objects.

In 2013, eOne reached an agreement with AMC Networks to handle the international distribution of its original scripted productions, beginning with Halt and Catch Fire. The agreement expanded on existing pacts for the eOne-produced Hell on Wheels, and international distribution for The Walking Dead.[71] The pact ended in May 2019 (with AMC having since expanded its in-house distribution business), although it will continue to handle international distribution for existing series, as well as The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead.[72]


eOne Music was first formed as Koch Records before being renamed in 2009.[73] The group owns the libraries of Artemis Records,[74] Death Row Records,[75] and Dualtone Records.[76] In March 2016, Chris Taylor became the new president of eOne Music after it acquired his label Last Gang Records.[77]

In 2016, eOne entered into an agreement with Ole (now Anthem Entertainment)[78] to administer its catalogue.[79] In 2019, eOne Music acquired Audio Network, a British company involved in the production of music for film and television, for $215 million.[80]

Family & Brands

eOne's Family & Brands division deals primarily in family-oriented intellectual property, including development, distribution, licensing, and marketing. The division has been seen growth credited to retail sales, licensing deals, and programming sales to broadcasters, accounting for US$202 million in revenue in 2018. It represented a year-over-year increase of 28%, with Peppa Pig and PJ Masks alone accounting for $114.9 million and $75.8 million respectively.[81][82][83][84]

Virtual reality

After making an investment in the company in 2014, eOne acquired the Toronto-based interactive agency Secret Location in 2016, which specializes in virtual and augmented reality experiences.[85] In 2015, Secret Location won a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award in "Outstanding User Experience and Visual Design" for a tie-in to the drama series Sleepy Hollow.[86]



TV series



Acquisitions and targets

Since listing on AIM, eOne has made a series of acquisitions.

  • In June 2007, eOne acquired Contender Entertainment Group, one of the largest distributors of TV content in the UK[90] (now operates as eOne UK)
  • In August 2007, eOne acquired Seville Entertainment Inc. for an undisclosed sum[91] (now operates as Les Films Séville)
  • In January 2008, eOne acquired the Netherlands-based distributor RCV Entertainment[23] (now operates as eOne Benelux)
  • In July 2008, eOne acquired TV producers Blueprint Entertainment and Barna-Alper Productions as well as domestic distributors Oasis International and Maximum Films.[92] (Barna-Alper now operating as eOne Television, Maximum Films amalgamated into eOne Films Canada while Maximum Film International was amalgamated into Les Films Séville, all others closed)
  • In April 2011, eOne acquired Australian distribution company Hopscotch for £12.9 million.[26] (now operates as eOne Australia)
  • In January 2013 eOne acquired Alliance Films.[93]
  • In June 2014 eOne acquired Phase 4 Films.[30]
  • In July 2014, eOne acquired Paperny Entertainment.[31][32]
  • In August 2014, eOne acquired Force Four Entertainment.[33]
  • In May 2014, eOne made a strategic equity investment in interactive agency Secret Location, and later took full control.[94]
  • In January 2015, eOne acquired a 51% stake in The Mark Gordon Company, the production studio behind such TV series as Quantico, Grey's Anatomy, Army Wives, Ray Donovan and Criminal Minds; and films such as Steve Jobs, Source Code, The Day After Tomorrow, and Speed. It acquired the remaining 49% in January 2018.[95]
  • In September 2015, eOne acquired a controlling stake on Astley Baker Davies thus increasing its ownership of the preschool franchise Peppa Pig.[96]
  • In March 2018, eOne acquired Round Room Entertainment, a live entertainment company, founded by Stephen Shaw in 2016.[97]
  • In April 2018, eOne acquired a majority 70% stake in British-based Whizz Kid Entertainment, producer of Ex on the Beach.[98]
  • In April 2019, eOne acquired UK-based Audio Network, an independent creator and publisher of original music for use in film, television, advertising and digital media.[99]
  • In July, eOne acquired British factual producer Daisybeck Studios. [100]
  • In September 2019, eOne acquired US-based, nonfiction content producer Blackfin. [101]

Former names and logos


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