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NBCUniversal International Studios rebrands to line up with Universal Studio Group

NBCUniversal International Studios has officially changed its name to Universal International Studios to fall in line with the branding of the Universal Studio Group and sister studios UCP, Universal Television ...
November 23, 2021

NBCUniversal International Studios has officially changed its name to Universal International Studios to fall in line with the branding of the Universal Studio Group and sister studios UCP, Universal Television and Universal Television Alternative Studio.

While it’s best known for its drama offerings, the studio’s non-scripted production company, Monkey Kingdom, has created hits like the BAFTA-winning Made In Chelsea (airing now for 10 years and currently in its 22nd season), as well as The Real Housewives of Cheshire¬†and Jersey, UK for ITV.

“We want the marketplace to know we are truly Universal,” explained Pearlena Igbokwe, chairman of Universal Studio Group about the move. “As a unified studio group, home to world-leading talent, we have access to enviable resources within the NBCUniversal ecosystem. So, with our international studio now more aligned than ever, we are firmly positioned to truly harness the global power of our four studio divisions to create more ground-breaking original series for local and global audiences.”

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