Pedro Bromfman to Score ‘Rio Heat’

Posted: September 7, 2015 by filmmusicreporter in TV Scoring Assignments
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pedro-bromfmanPedro Bromfman has been tapped to score the upcoming action comedy series Rio Heat. The show is created by Ken Gord & Dean Hamilton Bornstein and stars Harvey Keitel, Thaila Ayala and Victor Webster. The series follows a man and a woman who are hired by a mysterious figure and ex-CIA operator who now owns the largest private investigation company in the world to solve crimes. Stephen Campanelli (Momentum) has directed the first episodes, which are set to be released as a feature film in Brazil. Jon Cassar (24When the Bough Breaks) is helming multiple episodes of the series and is also executive producing the project with Gord and Bornstein. Rio Heat is set to premiere internationally in 2016.

Bromfman’s recent projects also include Netflix’s new series Narcos, which is now available to stream and has recently been renewed for a second season.

  1. Bruno Costa says:

    It’s very fun. I think Brazilian film composer Pedro Bromfman, José Padilha’s collaborator is scoring the TV series “Rio Heat”. It’s very funny. You know? Something is very popular as a genre of drama, action and comedy. I love it.