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Discovery commissions “Katie Price: My Crazy Life”

Discovery Networks UK & Ireland have commissioned Katie Price: My Crazy Life, its first order for free-to-air channel, Quest Red. In the series, audiences get an all-access area pass into TV ...
March 7, 2017

Discovery Networks UK & Ireland have commissioned Katie Price: My Crazy Life, its first order for free-to-air channel, Quest Red.

In the series, audiences get an all-access area pass into TV personality Katie Price’s life at home, work and play. Using a traditional observational documentary approach, cameras follow Price as she juggles motherhood and her huge collection of animals with her busy schedule.

Following the series Katie Price’s Pony Club that aired on TLC last summer, this new program gives an exclusive insight into Price’s life up close and personal. With the help and support of her devoted husband, Kieran, Price takes on the challenge of running a household and keeping the whole show on the road.

Katie Price said: “I’m so excited to be the first commissioned show on Quest Red. Putting my pony club together last year was such a fun return to reality TV — I loved it. Now I can’t wait to show everyone what goes on in the Pricey household. We’ve got over 100 animals and five children so expect lots of noise, mayhem and plenty of drama!”

Katie Price: My Crazy Life was ordered by Clare Laycock and commissioned by Ed Sayer. Steve Jones is the executive producer for Quest Red. Tom Whitter is the executive producer for Shiver.

The (12 x 30) series, is produced by ITV Studios’ factual label Shiver and will air on Quest Red in the UK and Ireland this summer. Quest Red launches on Freeview, YouView, BT TV, Talk Talk, Sky and Virgin Media from March 15, 2017.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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