For the past 10 years, Jarrett Creative has been producing compelling, visually innovative, story-driven content that spans every genre of unscripted television. Co-Owners, Executive Producers, and real-life husband and wife, Seth and Julie Jarrett, kicked off Jarrett Creative’s impressive catalog of shows with the wildly popular "Celebrity Ghost Stories" for Bio, which ran for 100 scream-inducing episodes and featured a staggering total of over 400 celebrities. This show positioned Jarrett Creative as leaders not only in the paranormal field, but also in the worlds of celebrity and pop culture. Other early Jarrett Creative productions included "Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream" for Disney, "School Spirits" for Syfy, and "Celebrity Close Calls" for Bio. With the true crime series "I Killed My BFF" for LMN, Jarrett Creative broke the mold of crime and investigation storytelling and earned their reputation as a go-to production company for true crime content. Soon, "Celebrity Ghost Stories" spawned a spinoff - "The Haunting Of," which ran for six seasons on LMN and featured both CGS alums and fresh faces. Then came the groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed "Boston’s Finest" for TNT, which was the first show of its kind to follow real police officers in their lives on and off the job. With celebrity docu-series "The Houstons" for Lifetime, "The Sorrentinos" for TVGN, and "Rock this Boat: New Kids on the Block" for Pop TV, Jarrett Creative gave America an intimate (and entertaining) look into the lives of their favorite personalities. Next, Jarrett Creative would conquer romantic comedy with the hilarious "My Crazy Love" for Oxygen and the ultimate fish-out-of-water social experiment, "Alaskan Women Looking for Love" for TLC. Other shows included "Boss Nails" for Oxygen, "Psychic Intervention" for LMN, and "Mother of All Talent" for TVGN.
In the last year, Jarrett Creative has continued to produce inventive true crime content with "Killision Course" and the top-rated crime series on Oxygen in 2016, "Homicide for the Holidays." The company also broke into the worlds of game and competition with the man-on-the-street gameshow "Bet On Me" for TLC and the high-octane hip-hop competition "One Shot" for BET. Looking forward, Jarrett Creative is continuing to expand its scripted department, which began in 2015 with their Lifetime movie "I Killed My BFF: The Babysitter." The second installment in the “BFF” movie franchise, "I Killed My BFF: The Preacher's Daughter," premiered in April 2018. Several other scripted projects for Lifetime, BET, and TV One are currently in the works. Jarrett Creative is also getting into the digital game, and are in talks with the top OTT platforms and digital networks on several projects. The company is currently in development with Investigation Discovery, Oxygen, and Facebook.