Keke Palmer Signs Overall TV Deal With Entertainment One

Keke Palmer at the 11th Annual Governors Awards at the Dolby Theater on October 27, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA. (Credit: Shutterstock)

Keke Palmer has landed another big deal.

The actress, singer, producer and host just inked an overall TV contract with independent studio Entertainment One (eOne), the company announced this week.

“I am thrilled to be partnering with eOne to create entertaining, meaningful, fun television experiences that will deeply connect with audiences and be reflective of our current world,” Palmer said in a statement. “eOne’s commitment to allowing talent to bring their unique lens and lead the storytelling process made them an ideal partner for me.”

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The partnership will see eOne manage worldwide rights and serve as the studio on Palmer’s upcoming projects.

“As a woman of many talents, Keke has made a lasting impression on audiences all over the world. We are thrilled to be collaborating with her on several upcoming projects and are excited to see what next she has in store,” said Michael Lombardo, eOne’s president of global television.

Palmer has a busy schedule. The Illinois native will next star alongside Daniel Kaluuya in Jordan Peele’s untitled new film and is currently lending her voice to the Disney+ revival of The Proud Family. She has a role in Netflix’s new Big Mouth spinoff, Human Resources, after appearing in season 5 of Big Mouth. She will also be heard voicing the role of “Brynn” opposite Pete Davidson in Broadway Video’s upcoming Audible scripted podcast “Hit Job.”

She recently wrapped filming the lead role in director Krystin Ver Linden’s period film Alice opposite Common, Alicia Witt and Johnny Lee Miller, and previously starred opposite Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, and Constance Wu in Hustlers.

Palmer most recently co-hosted ABC’s daytime talk show Strahan, Sara and Keke. The series, which was launched as the third hour of Good Morning America with Michael Strahan and Sara Haines — and later added Palmer — ended its run last year.