SB Projects film, television and audio production division launched with the hit film, “Never Say Never,” which remains the highest grossing music documentary in domestic box office history. Other documentaries produced by SBP include the record-breaking Youtube Premium docuseries "Seasons" and "Dancing with the Devil", documentary feature "The Boy From Medellin" featuring J Balvin and directed by Academy Award Nominated Matthew Heineman, and the Netflix concert film "Excuse Me I Love You" featuring Ariana Grande's Sweetener World Tour.

On the television side, SBP is responsible for the hit CBS series "Scorpion", along with "Dave", which is the highest rated comedy series in FX's history. SBP is also producing the pilot "Hungry", starring Demi Lovato, for NBC.

SBP has built up a robust audio slate, including the Spotify podcast "Country Shine with Graham Bunn", and "4D with Demi Lovato" produced in partnership with OBB and Cadence 13.

SBP has projects in active development across film, television, documentaries, and audio mediums, with projects set up across major film studios, broadcast and cable/digital networks, including but not limited a K-Pop movie at Fox, a horror feature with Kevin Williamson ("Scream") at Miramax, the film "A Taste of Power" based on the life of legendary Black Panther leader Elaine Brown, a YA musical movie at Amazon inspired by Lady MacBeth, and a futuristic comedy series entitled "The Undesirables" from writers Ken Cheng and Arvin Chen, which is set up at Amazon.