Serena Williams may have hung up her tennis racquet, but she is far from done making waves. The superstar athlete has recently announced the launch of her new multimedia production company, 926 Productions, which aims to empower women and diverse voices through impactful and entertaining storytelling.
With a first-look TV deal already in place with Amazon Studios, Williams and her team are set to bring fresh and unique perspectives to the entertainment industry.
Serena Williams’ Mission
The company’s focus on amplifying the stories of underrepresented groups reflects Williams’ ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion, both on and off the court. She hopes to use her platform to inspire audiences across all platforms and build a company that centers on championing impactful and entertaining stories that are yet to be told.
Partnering with former Grand Electric VP Caroline Currier as president, Williams is eager to collaborate on developing unique projects that resonate with diverse audiences. With her proven track record in production and storytelling, Currier is well-equipped to help Williams bring her vision to reality.
Caroline Currier Brings Significant Experience
Williams’ previous venture into film production with the 2021 movie King Richard, which she produced alongside sisters Venus Williams and Isha Price, has already garnered critical acclaim and six Academy Award nominations. This success only adds to the excitement surrounding the upcoming projects from 926 Productions, including the highly anticipated soccer documentary Copa 71 about the 1971 Women’s World Cup.
With her new production company, Williams is continuing to break barriers and pave the way for new voices to be heard in the entertainment industry. Her unwavering commitment to empowerment and representation serves as an inspiration to black people everywhere, and we cannot wait to see what 926 Productions will bring to our screens in the future.