Abominable Pictures is a production company that develops and produces comedic content for multi-digital platforms, television and film. Founded by Jonathan Stern in 2006, Abominable has produced over 15 series, with Stern serving as an executive producer and/or co-creator. The Abominable Pictures team is made up of creative, hardworking, and funny people whose goal is to bring audiences the best in comedy.
Past projects include: “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” and "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later" (Netflix), “Childrens Hospital” (Adult Swim), “Mystery Science Theater 3000” (Netflix), “The Hotwives of Orlando/Las Vegas” (Hulu), “Burning Love” (Yahoo! and E!), “Shrink” (Seeso), “Rob Riggle’s Ski Master Academy, (Sony Crackle)“ NTSF:SD:SUV::” (Adult Swim), and “DriveShare” (Verizon Go90), “Newsreaders” (Adult Swim), “Garfunkel & Oates” (IFC), “BEEF” (Paramount), “Filthy Preppy Teen$” (Fullscreen), multiple award-winning digital series, dozens of late night shorts, and segments for “Funny or Die: Presents” (HBO) as well as “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (HBO).
Abominable’s most recent feature film “A Futile and Stupid Gesture,” a biopic about the early days of the National Lampoon magazine, can be seen on Netflix. And early 2020 brings the premiere of a new Netflix series, "Medical Police," an offshoot of Abominable's award-winning "Childrens Hospital."
Currently in post production is the new Netflix series "Brews Brothers" from Jeff Schafer & Greg Schaefer," and the indie feature "Aloha Surf Hotel."
The company’s projects have been recognized for its work with four wins and eight nominations at the Emmy Awards, as well as Webby Awards, Streamy Awards, and Comedy Awards.