According to The Shaderoom, last weekend, Michel’le’s biopic, “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le” hit record breaking numbers on Lifetime as it attracted a total of 2.3 million viewers, and became the number one entertainment telecast of the night. The success of the film has earned Michel’le and overall deal with, Thinkfactory Media, who was also behind putting the film together.

According to Deadline, the songstress has signed an overall deal, which includes future television and film projects, music, and an upcoming autobiography.  Michel’le and Thinkfactory Media have a well-known relationship as they have collaborated in the past on the hit reality show, “R&B Divas: LA.”

Thinkfactory is currently in the works of pitching a docu-series to a number of networks. The show will focus on Michel’le and her family, as she continues to rise above the battles from her past.  She is also expected to release a new album in January with the help of songwriters, Stacy Barthe and Midian Mathers. As well as an autobiography, which is currently in the works.

Leslie Greif, the founder and CEO of Thinkfactory Media said, “Michel’le is one of the strongest and most courageous women I’ve had the privilege to work with. Storytelling is the core of Thinkfactory, and having Michel’le open up to us with such raw emotion and having so much trust in us is the foundation for a meaningful partnership. Thinkfactory Media is thrilled to build a business with Michel’le and be a part of her inspiring journey.” 

Check out footage Studio Q captured of Michel'le performing at The Conga room in LA.