The CEO of Warner Bros.-owned prodco Twenty Twenty is set to join ITV Studios’ factual label Shiver as managing director.
Tim Carter will join the company next year, once a successor has taken over his role at Twenty Twenty.
Carter will lead the company with offices in London, Manchester and Leeds, overseeing approximately 300 hours of production a year including Come Dine With Me, Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs, Peston on Sunday and The Martin Lewis Money Show, along with recent commissions including Last Laugh in Vegas.
Under Carter’s leadership over the past decade, Twenty Twenty has created a raft of award-winning shows for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, including World’s Strictest Parents, The Hoarder Next Door and Garrow’s Law, several of which have become global brands. Carter directly manages much of Twenty Twenty’s output including UK pubcaster Channel 4′s First Dates and The Choir franchise for the BBC.