FuseFX, VFX studio behind Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’, extends its slate for 2016

The award winning visual effects studio FuseFX which has been providing VFX majorly for television projects has increased its slate for this year. It will now provide visual effects services for six new hit series that have debuted in 2016. Delivering VFX work for American Horror Story, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,Criminal Minds and The Magicians in the past, FuseFX has ventured into services for film, television, commercials, games, and special venues. FuseFX, based in Los Angeles with offices in New York City and Vancouver, will be extending its VFX work for new series like American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson, a 10-episode, a true-crime series produced by Ryan Murphy Productions for FX; Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, a crime drama about a division of the FBI that helps Americans in danger abroad produced by ABC Studios and CBS TV Studios for CBS; Game of Silence, a one-hour drama about a successful attorney with a dark past, produced by Sony Pictures Television for NBC. Marvel Also, The Magicians, a fantasy series based on the Lev Grossman books, produced by Groundswell Productions for Syfy; Mercy Street, a six-part Civil War epic produced by Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions for PBS and Shades of Blue, NBC’s crime drama about a single-mother NYPD officer working in the FBI’s anti-corruption task force will be worked upon by FuseFX. Starting with providing visual effects work for few network episodic productions in 2006, FuseFX has now emerged as a leader in VFX in the television and commercial space.