ITV Studios Australia working with UK colleagues for more ob docs

UK based indie The Garden will work alongside the Australian arm of ITV Studios

ITV Studios Australia and fellow ITV Studios company The Garden have entered in to a development partnership to work on a number of specific programs for Australian broadcasters.

The Garden, the UK based indie behind the award-winning shows 24 Hours in Police Custody and 24 Hours in A&E among others, will work alongside the Australian arm of parent company ITV Studios to develop several fixed rig program ideas, with a view to going into production in 2017.

David Mott, CEO, ITV Studios Australia, said: “The Garden’s reputation precedes it as Nick [Curwin, The Garden co-CEO] and Magnus [Temple, The Garden co-CEO] essentially pioneered the rig show, for which there is now a considerable demand. The current Australian market is primed for such a show and this partnership will make us market leaders in a whole new genre here.”

The Garden’s format Keeping the Nation Alive has been made in nine countries including: Finland, Denmark, France, as well as Australia. Last month, ITV Studios Australia announced that it is producing Hell’s Kitchen for Channel Seven, with Marco Pierre White fronting the show.

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