Yeti Television taps Simon Greenwood as Series & Executive Producer

Greenwood will be working with the team to build on Yeti’s expanding slate of factual series and formats.

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Yeti Television announces the appointment of factual content specialist Simon Greenwood as Series and Executive Producer. Greenwood will be tapping into the full breadth of his varied experience, building on Yeti’s expanding slate of factual series and formats, as his appointment kicks off another year for the indie who last year made a range of programmes for BBC1, Sky Arts, Channel 4, Channel 5, CBS and More4.

Siân Price, Creative Director at Yeti saysSimon knows what makes – and how to make - a hit factual series. 2023 marks another year of growth for Yeti as we grow our slate and expand on our popular factual and format offerings. Simon feels a perfect fit for this next phase in both production and development and we’re delighted to have him on board.”

Greenwood brings over 20 years’ experience of producing factual content for a range of channels, as well as his specialist knowledge of the Observational documentary genre. Greenwood played a major role in producing some of the UK’s landmark morning shows including "The Big Breakfast" (Channel 4) and "This Morning" (ITV).

As a Development Executive, Greenwood won commissions for BBC, ITV, Channel 5 and Channel 4, and has recently series produced "Nightmare Tenants" and "Slum Landlords", which were recommissioned for 5 series and shown on global channels and streamers including Netflix. He also produced "Rich House Poor House" and "Rich Holiday Poor Holiday" for Channel 5.

Simon Greenwood says “I’m very excited to be joining the team at Yeti, who are esteemed for crafting beautifully made TV series and one offs across a wide range of programming. Siân and her team encourage a collegiate and supportive culture, where people are valued, something I’m keen to play a part in. I also hope to add hours to their slate from a wide range of subjects in Factual TV as well as helping deliver some excellent series in production.”