Leftfield teams with Lara Spencer

The Good Morning America co-host (pictured) is partnering with Leftfield Entertainment to produce lifestyle projects via her company Duffkat Media.
June 1, 2016

Good Morning America co-host Lara Spencer (pictured) is partnering with Leftfield Entertainment to produce projects through her Duffkat Media company.

She will focus on creating and producing series in the lifestyle space. Spencer is bringing an ABC commission to the Leftfield partnership that will be the first project to fall under the deal.

Aside from serving as co-host for the ABC morning show, Spencer, repped by WME, is an author and former host of PBS series Antiques Roadshow. She has created the HGTV series Flea Market Flip, which is in its eighth season, the NBC primetime game show It’s Worth What? and the HGTV series of specials I Brake for Yard Sales.

“There’s not much that Lara Spencer can’t do – we see it every day as she connects with millions of viewers on GMA, and in her best-selling books and successful TV ventures,” said Leftfield Entertainment CEO David George┬áin a statement. “Leftfield is truly excited to work with Lara as she continues to build her brand across multiple platforms and drive the creative that resonates with so many viewers.”

Last year, Leftfield Entertainment inked an overall deal with reality star Bethenny Frankel to develop and produce programming through her newly launched company, B Real Productions.

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