3 Arts Entertainment

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3 Arts Entertainment
Private
Genre Comedy
Founded 1991
Founder Erwin Stoff
Headquarters Beverly Hills, California, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people

3 Arts Entertainment is a production company that was founded by Erwin Stoff in 1991. The production company is best known for Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The Mindy Project and Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and also it can appear on FOX's John Mulaney sitcom, Mulaney. The logo is about a basketball hitting the wall. After that happened, the 3 Arts logo popped up as a nickname. The first TV show that was made by 3 Arts was Down the Shore.

Erwin Stoff has founded the company for Down the Shore, he changed the company to the one with a ball and a wall, then it said 3 Arts Entertainment but the ball and the wall were gone in 2015.

He formed it in Beverly Hills, California in 1991. The first movie the production company produced was a National Lampoon movie called Loaded Weapon 1, which was released on February 5, 1993. The production company shows itself after the credits of every movie.

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