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Dreamchaser strikes multi-year pacts with three Aussie non-scripted producers

L-R: Debbie Cuell, Leigh Aramberri and Emma Lamb

Endeavor Content-backed production and distribution TV studio Dreamchaser has struck multi-year development and production deals with a trio of Australian non-scripted producers.

Debbie Cuell (Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, Ambulance Australia), Leigh Aramberri (The Voice) and Emma Lamb (Married at First Sight, Byron Baes) are joining Dreamchaser as executive producer partners.

The trio will develop and produce new projects for TV and streaming platforms for the studio’s factual and entertainment divisions. Dreamchaser will serve as executive producer on all projects and shop them internationally.

Cuell’s projects will be made by her production company, Sparkle Pictures, and Dreamchaser while Lamb will launch her production label, Mischief Maker, as an exclusive partnership with Dreamchaser in late July.

While Lamb and Aramberri will focus on non-scripted entertainment projects, Cuell will concentrate on documentary and factual entertainment.

The move comes shortly after Dreamchaser was unveiled by its founders, former Nine Entertainment CEO Hugh Marks and Endemol Shine Australia co-founder Carl Fennessy, in April.

The Sydney-based firm said it is set to make further announcements regarding more producing partners in the coming months.

Joint CEOs Marks and Fennessy said in a statement: “Leigh, Debbie and Emma are three of Australia’s most dynamic, trusted and admired non-scripted executive producers.

“They have an incredible track record of multi-genre success, and each brings a deep commitment to creating programmes with integrity, authenticity and creative excellence.”


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