Muse Entertainment

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Muse Entertainment Enterprises
Founded June 1998[1]
Headquarters Montreal, Canada
Number of locations
3 (Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles)[1]
Key people
Michael Prupas (President, CEO and Chairman)[1]

Founded in 1998, Muse Entertainment is a Canadian producer of films and television programs. Muse Entertainment produces dramatic series, television films, mini-series and family programs. Muse Distribution International is the sales arm of Muse Entertainment Enterprises, delivering television programming and feature films to broadcasters, cable and pay networks, to theatrical, VOD, SVOD, video, iTunes and DVD distributors around the world.

Muse has a large volume of projects in development and in production with free and cable television networks in the United States as a result of the opening of Muse's Los Angeles offices in 2007.

Muse has become one of the most active companies in the world in co producing television projects with international partners.[citation needed]

Under Canada's official film production treaties, Muse has produced with companies in France, England, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Romania, Hungary, Morocco, Australia and South Africa.

Michael Prupas is Muse Entertainment's President, CEO and Chairman of the Board. Joel Rice is President of Muse Entertainment USA. Jesse Prupas is Vice-President of Development and Distribution. Irene Litinsky is the head of production in Quebec.

Muse has staff specializing in project development, production, post production, publicity, legal and business affairs, financial structuring, tax credit collection, government and union relations, internet and multi-media as well as sales and distribution.[1]


Muse's productions include two made-for-television films funded by Procter & Gamble and Wal-Mart and aired on NBC as a time buy: Secrets of the Mountain and The Jensen Project.[2][3]


  1. ^ a b c d "About Muse". Company's official website. Retrieved 2013-01-07. 
  2. ^ "NBC sets 'Jensen' with P&G, Wal-Mart". The Hollywood Reporter. February 21, 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-17. 
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