Nine-month-old prodco Loud TV is at work on a number of greenlit projects and pilots, including an as-yet-unnamed six-episode food series for Travel Channel, and a house-flipping pilot for HGTV.
The Leftfield Entertainment company, which launched last May, is also currently in production on as-yet-unnamed 8 x 30-minute National Geographic Channel series, in addition to the Travel Channel series, and a 10 x 60-minute series for the newly rebranded A+E network FYI, the company told realscreen.
Loud TV’s slate also includes pilots for Cooking Channel, Spike, FYI and Destination America.
Loud TV president Nick Rigg (pictured above) said: “As a start-up production company, it is virtually unheard of to have amassed this volume of greenlit series and pilots in such a short time.”
He added that the company would be bringing a slate of new projects to the Realscreen Summit, which kicks off on Sunday (January 26) in Washington DC, and “anticipates doing a significant amount of business there.”