The ITV studios company unveiled the new appointments following the recent commissioning of “Secret Gameshow” and “The Masked Singer,” shortly after Creative Director, Lee McNicholas joined the company.
As a result of the partnership, Albert's climate change training and tools will be dispersed across all of ITV Studios’ 55 production labels. These tools, which are already used in the UK, will now be available across 12 countries.
The first episode of the singing competition, produced by TEP production and ITV, reached more than 1 million viewers and scored a 14.4% market share for audiences ages 25-29, outperforming the slot average of SBS6 by +27.4%.
The game show format was created amid a co-development deal between the two companies last year. ZSet to be produced by each respective buyer in their respective regions, it will make a global debut during the MIPTV Formats Accelerator sessions on Friday 9th April at 09.30am CET.