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C21May iPad

Peacock Alley reveals Mip slate

Canadian prodco Peacock Alley has revealed its first ever distribution slate for Mipcom, just months after setting up its distribution arm.

The Toronto-based prodco’s debut slate will feature new lifestyle series Money Moron (24×30’), aspirational docusoap Brave New Girls (8×30’) and docuseries High Tech Rednecks (8×60’).

Peacock Alley’s recently launched distribution division is headed by Craig McGillivray, VP of distribution, who was previously territory manager for DHX.

“We’re excited to be heading to our first major market with a strong slate of premium lifestyle and docu-reality programming, which will have a broad appeal to a global audience,” McGillivray said.

Peacock, set up in 2012 by former Decode Entertainment president Neil Court and ex-Tricon executive Carrie Mudd, earlier this year got a greenlight to make reality series Brave New Girl for E! in Canada.

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