Stellar Productions is a Los Angeles, California production company, that specializes in finding and developing key underlying rights for film and TV packages. It is owned and operated by Hollywood writer/producers Bryce Zabel and Jackie Zabel. Winners of the WGA award for "Outstanding Longform Original" in the miniseries category, Bryce and Jackie have provided writer and producer services for network and syndicated series and pilots, TV films, miniseries, videogames and feature films, both live-action and animation. Bryce has received the "Created by" credit on five primetime television series.
Beatles Alternate History Novel
Bryce Zabel Author's Page on Facebook

"We know The Beatles let it be, but what if they worked it out instead? Once There Was a Way gives life to every fan's fantasy. Bryce Zabel has created an adventure full of twists and turns that never were, but might have been."


— Chris Carter, host, Breakfast with The Beatles, Sirius/XM

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BREAKING NEWS 2019

​Stellar partners with Hollywood's Endurance Media to produce
The Last Battle, the true story of the last combat of World War II in Europe.
Based on a New York Times bestseller, Bryce has just completed a new draft
​of the screenplay adaptation for Endurance.


​Bryce's latest novel in the Breakpoint book series has won

the Sidewise Award for Alternate History!

Once There Was a Way: What if The Beatles Stayed Together?

Audible exclusively produced the audiobook,read by the great Gerard Doyle.


​Bryce and Jackie are writing a one-hour drama series pilot for Meraki Productions. 

Set during LA'S oil-and-water madness in the Roaring 20s,

"No City for Angels" pits two men with secrets — an audacious oilman and 

a dangerous District Attorney — in a battle for control of the City.


Bryce continues to build his UFO specialty and expertise.

His Twitter @hollywoodufos and his site Life After Disclosure — comment on UFO culture.

He and his Dark Skies partner, Brent Friedman, have developed the TV series adaptation

of A.D. After Disclosure, the book he co-authored with Richard Dolan.