FuseFX’s offices in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver provide VFX services for six new hit series for CBS, FX, NBC, PBS and Syfy.
LOS ANGELES -- Continuing to attract high quality television projects, FuseFX’s offices in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver are providing visual effects services for six new hit series that have debuted in 2016. They include projects for CBS, FX, NBC, PBS and Syfy.
New series being serviced by FuseFX under the supervision of VFX supervisors Jason Piccioni, Greg Anderson, David Reynolds, Jon Massey, Shawn Hillier and Jason Dowdeswell include American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson>, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Game of Silence, The Magicians, Mercy Street and Shade of Blue.
See below for additional details on each series:
American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson, a 10-episode, true-crime series produced by Ryan Murphy Productions for FX. Jon Massey is VFX Supervisor for FuseFX, Los Angeles.
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, a crime drama about a division of the FBI that helps Americans in danger abroad. ABC Studios and CBS TV Studios are producing the series for CBS. Jason Piccioni is VFX Supervisor for FuseFX, Los Angeles.
Game of Silence, a one-hour drama, produced by Sony Pictures Television for NBC, about a successful attorney with a dark past. The show is based on a Turkish series of the same name. Greg Anderson and David Reynolds are VFX Supervisors for FuseFX, New York.
The Magicians, produced by Groundswell Productions for Syfy, is a fantasy series based on the Lev Grossman books. Shawn Hillier and Jason Dowdeswell are VFX Supervisors for FuseFX, Vancouver.
Mercy Street, a six-part Civil War epic produced by Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions for PBS, the network’s first American drama in a decade. Jon Massey is VFX Supervisor for FuseFX, Los Angeles.
Shades of Blue, NBC’s crime drama about a single-mother NYPD officer working in the FBI's anti-corruption task force. David Reynolds is VFX Supervisor for FuseFX, New York.