Canadian broadcast company Blue Ant Media has ordered a 10-part wildlife series entitled Mysteries of the Mekong from Danish indie GoodLuck/Green Asia Film in association with London-based indie Antidote Media.
Denver-based prodco Everwise Entertainment has partnered with adventurer and mountain biker Patrick Sweeney (pictured) on an event format entitled Racing Down from the Top of the World.
Tremendous! Entertainment has hired Liz Alderman (pictured, right) as director of development and Brandy Crawford (left) as senior manager of development.
New York-based prodco Jane Street Entertainment has launched a division entitled ‘Yum,’ which is to focus solely on food-related formats. (Pictured L-R: showrunners Vivian Sorenson, Kate Kenny)
The London-based distributor has signed a first-look agreement with TiFiNi, the Cardiff-based producer behind the Channel 4′s Finding Mum and Dad (pictured).
The reality series, which follows three sleight-of-hand artists as they travel the U.S., is a coproduction between London’s Zig Zag Productions and Toronto’s Yap Films.
Marriage Boot Camp producer Thinkfactory Media is launching a pod deal-focused incubator division entitled ‘Incufactory,’ to be led by executive VP Adam Reed (pictured).
The company founded by Property Brothers stars Drew and Jonathan Scott (pictured) has hired Judy Levenson as VP of development and promoted Katie Ruttan Daigle to MD of production.
Leftfield Entertainment has hired the former Ryan Seacrest Productions CEO and William Morris agent (pictured) for the newly created position of chief creative officer.