Anonymous Content is aggressively bolstering its unscripted television slate with a slew of new projects including music, sports, cooking, dating and documentary series.
The company has unveiled an unscripted and non-fiction development slate featuring seven projects. It comes after the hire of former NBCUniversal exec Jessica Grimshaw as SVP of Unscripted Films, Television and Podcasts last April.
Projects include The Balloon World Cup, based on a real-life contest organized by Barcelona legend Gerard Piqué, medical scam series Death Brokers, Deepfake Dating, an adaptation of food book Gastro Obscura, Lance Bangs’ music series I Don’t Belong Here, Billie JD Porter’s It’s Different for Girls and a project about Factitious Disease Disorder.
Dawn Olmstead, David Levine and Grimshaw will executive produce the projects for Anonymous Content.
“We’re working with a world class group of directors, producers and journalists to develop unscripted projects around compelling characters, interesting worlds or ‘stranger than fiction’ stories,” said Grimshaw. “We are excited to create factual properties that embody the Anonymous ethos and brand.”
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