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US-based studio group Paramount Global has promoted two streaming-focused execs as it ramps up its international expansion plans for Paramount+ and Pluto TV.
NBC today became the first US broadcast network to show its fall schedule hand, with drama series Quantum Leap getting a primetime slot on Mondays and freshman comedy Lopez vs Lopez added to Friday nights.
LA- and Sydney-based Eureka Productions, backed by Fremantle, is promoting Wes Dening to head of global formats.
UK-based factual prodco and creative agency Wonderhood Studios has hired former Naked executive Lianne Hickey as head of production and promoted Katharine Patrick and Tom Garton.
Commercially funded UK pubcaster Channel 4 has commissioned Truelove, a six-episode drama from Clerkenwell Films, the team behind Bafta-winning C4 and Netflix coproduction The End of the F***ing World.
US network Fox has revealed its programming slate for the 2022/23 TV season, including a newly announced competition series from Studio Ramsay Global and Fox Entertainment and a missing-persons drama from executive producers Jamie Foxx and John Eisendrath.
Banijay’s Dutch production label SimpelZodiak has strengthened its creative team with several senior hires.
Suzanne Kelly, head of children’s and young people’s content at Irish pubcaster RTÉ, will be looking for animated content targeting teenagers when she attends Annecy and the Children’s Media Conference this summer.
Today we hear from Raw TV founder Dimitri Doganis about the Three Identical Strangers, Don't F**k with Cats and The Tinder Swindler maker's approach to creating stranger-than-fiction documentaries.
Global SVoD subscriptions are set to soar by 485 million to reach 1.69 billion between 2021 and 2027, according to UK firm Digital TV Research.
Japanese broadcaster TBS has teamed up with local manga production outfit Shine Partners and South Korean digital comics platform Naver Webtoon to launch a new production company.
CBBC, the children's channel from UK pubcaster the BBC, has picked up Japanese anime house Studio Ghibli’s series Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter.
AppleTV+ has unveiled its summer slate of content for kids and families, with series launching on the platform from next month.
ABC in the US has given series orders to a Hilary Swank-led drama, a spin-off from The Rookie and a comedy with Gina Rodriguez, while renewing 10 scripted and unscripted series for its 2022/23 season.
European pay TV operator Sky has commissioned six new documentaries, including a series about the 1990 World Cup in Italy featuring interviews with players including Paul Gascoigne and Roger Milla.
USA Network has further expanded its entertainment and sports programming offer with a forthcoming slate that includes new unscripted series and exclusive live sporting events.
Disney+ in Portugal and NPO in the Netherlands are among the international broadcasters and streamers to have picked up FLX’s Swedish finance drama Blinded (Fartblinda).
Belgian-Flemish commercial network Play4 is gearing up to launch a local version of Danish factual reality format Big Love, in which couples seek to lose weight together.
London-based children’s company Moonbug Entertainment has launched a CoComelon spin-off channel on YouTube called It’s Cody Time.
Globo in Brazil and Paramount+ in the UK are among the international buyers to have picked up television movies from London-based distributor Cineflix Rights.
Johannes Larcher, head of HBO Max International, and Luis Duran, general manager for the streamer in Latin America, are among the latest top execs to be culled following the merger between Discovery and WarnerMedia.

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