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Lost Art Television takes culinary travel series from NiteLite

Meredith Coral and her UK sales agency Lost Art Television has acquired distribution rights to LA-based prodco NiteLite Pictures’ new food and travel series Fork In The Road. Fork In The Road ...
December 10, 2019

Meredith Coral and her UK sales agency Lost Art Television has acquired distribution rights to LA-based prodco NiteLite Pictures’ new food and travel series Fork In The Road.

Fork In The Road (10 x 60 minutes) follows two hosts as they travel the globe uncovering the ingredients, culture and people who make their cities come alive through their love of food.

Each episode will showcase the sights, smells and flavors of a different city, including Mexico City, Hong Kong, Chicago and London.

NiteLite Pictures’ executive producer Harry Lowell (pictured right) and producer Ari Wilhelm will oversee the project.

“Meredith Coral (left) has demonstrated a keen sense of what works for international audiences alongside strong commercial instincts. She brings a wealth of experience and great global relationships to every project,” said Lowell in a statement. “We love the energy and passion she brings and look forward to many more collaborations.”

“Specifically designed to appeal to international audiences, Fork In the Road is a fantastic project to kick-start our collaboration. The series is a fresh take on the food travelogue and will appeal to younger audiences across the globe,” added Coral, founder and director of Lost Art. “We’re impressed with NiteLite Pictures’ focus on global audiences and look forward to helping to build on this.”

The series will begin shooting in mid-2020.

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