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Raised By Wolves

Raised By Wolves finds US home

Big Talk’s Raised By Wolves has been formally picked up for an ABC pilot in the US, six months after it was dropped by Channel 4.

  • Viacom to unite 'siloed' channels

    Natpe: MTV, VH1 and Comedy Central are to forge closer ties as Bob Bakish hinted at a shift in global strategy after becoming Viacom chief executive.

  • Sonar secures Taboo sales

    Taboo, BBC1’s eight-part drama series has sold to broadcasters in Spain, Russia, Nordic territories.

  • Amazon to set up UK content team

    NATPE: Amazon has revealed it will have a UK content team “up and running” by the second quarter of 2017.

  • US eyes more drama co-pros

    US broadcasters are ramping up their British drama co-productions, with the next wave of premium scripted shows dominating the US Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour.

  • Hulu to double original commissions

    NATPE: US SvoD service Hulu is planning to double its volume of original commissions this year.

  • A+E to ramp up in-house production

    NATPE: A+E Networks president and chief executive Nancy Dubuc kicked off the three-day event by addressing the “arms race” for high-end programming and the “complexity of pressure” on channel brands such as Lifetime and Crime + Investigation.

  • C4's Jilly Pearce to head Objective USA

    Channel 4 commissioner Jilly Pearce is leaving the broadcaster to head up Objective’s US division.

  • Red Arrow appoints non-scripted chief

    Married At First Sight distributor Red Arrow International has promoted Harry Gamsu to the new role of vice president of non-scripted.

  • PBS boards BBC hacking drama

    US public broadcaster PBS has boarded BBC1 newspaper drama Press from Doctor Foster writer Mike Bartlett.

  • TVF scores Discovery deals

    Discovery has picked up a slate of programming from London-based distributor TVF International for its global channels, including ITV4 fishing format The Big Fish Off.

  • Objective US opens indie

    Peep Show US producer Jimmy Fox has launched a production business which will form part of Objective Media Group America.

  • Cineflix boosts co-pros with Andre Barro

    Cineflix Media is partnering with former Handel Productions executive producer André Barro in a bid to boost international co-productions.

  • Reed confirms Cannes TV drama festival

    MipTV organizer Reed Midem is partnering with the city of Cannes to launch an international TV drama festival that will run in conjunction with the spring market.

  • Former Discovery exec launches indie

    Investigation Discovery executive Christina Douglas has established an indie to produce factual programming for the US and UK.

  • UK execs head off to Natpe

    Trade show Natpe has made an “aggressive” effort to lure British producers and broadcasters to Miami as it looks to widen the global scope of the event.

  • Off The Fence appoints distribution boss

    International producer and distributor Off The Fence has promoted Ludo Dufour to managing director of its distribution division as part of an executive reshuffle.

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