Superior Music Publishing is independent music publishing for independent thinkers.

Superior Music Publishing is a full service boutique music publishing company and joint venture with Modern Works Music Publishing. We offer both co-publishing and administration deals with worldwide collection, as well as a specialization in film and TV music placement. Superior offers all the services of a major music publisher, while providing a much higher level of personalized attention.

Superior Music Corporation has also entered the field of music supervision. Superior’s President/Founder Mara Schwartz Kuge is a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors and serves on their Education Committee.

For more information, please see About Us.

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The Courtneys' "Silver Velvet" will be played in the premiere episode of the final season of "Love Victor." Look for the new season on Disney and Hulu+.

"Tell Me," co-written by Superior's Nathaniel Miller, was featured in the series finale of "Killing Eve" as Eve officiates the wedding. The haunting song was also featured in the previous season's finale, making this theme a fitting conclusion to the series.

Longtime Los Angeles icon Angelyne is getting the miniseries treatment she deserves. Angelyne, starring Emmy Rossum and produced by Sam Esmail, will be streaming on Peacock. As she spent a lot of time in the coolest rock clubs, the soundtrack features Bates Motel's 1978 track "Dedication," written by Superior's Les Bohem and David Kendrick.

If you're getting in trouble, hopefully it's Good Trouble, like the new Freeform TV show. And even better than that, Nané's "Seventeen" can be heard in a recent episode. Good Trouble can be streamed on Hulu.

It's time to go full nut nut! Schoolboy Q's "Man of the Year" appears in HBO's hit series, Succession, during Kendall Roy's 40th birthday party. The song features a sample of Chromatics' "Cherry," co-written by Adam Miller and Nathaniel Miller.

Hulu's Dopesick is a limited drama series starring Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Keaton, about the Sackler family and the current opiod crisis. The premiere episode features Paula Frazer and Tarnation's "Lonely Nights," from their 1995 album I'll Give You Something to Cry About.

Are you feeling charmed? Ursula 1000's "We Go High (featuring Tee Double)" was featured on a recent episode of the CW's Charmed reboot.

Global TV's Private Eyes has just released its 5th and last season. Closing out the series right in its last episode is Ursula 1000's dance spectacular "Blast Off," featuring the legendary Lady Bunny.

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