A new report fromDeadline points to a growing chasm between Sony's film and television divisions amid the fallout from the hacking scandal. According to the article, a leaked email revealed Sony Pictures Television President Steve Mosko wasn't happy when Sony Entertainment Co-Chairperson Amy Pascal appeared to be taking credit for Sony's TV successes in newspaper interviews. Pascal also put both her Manolos in her mouth by comparing A-list movie stars doing television to celebs adopting black babies.
Sony's TV contingent reportedly wanted controversial movie The Interview pulled at the beginning of the hacking scandal. It has been strongly rumored the catastrophic hacks on Sony came as a result of the Seth Rogen film, which depicted the assassination of North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
So far Sony's TV programs, including daytime soap operas Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless, have remained unscathed, reports Deadline:
Episodes of 8 primetime series, including The Blacklist, The Goldbergs, Marry Me and Community, filmed as scheduled over the past three weeks, along with episodes of SPT’s daytime dramas Days Of Our Lives and The Young And The Restless, and game shows Wheel Of Fortune and Jeopardy. Deals were closed and announced, including the acquisition of Australia’s Playmaker Media and international sales for Marry Me and The Goldbergs.