Rachel Arnold, Jon Green lead UK Formats – The Hollywood Reporter
Fulwell 73, UK and Los Angeles fast rising banner behind The Late Late Show with James Corden and Hulu’s recent series The Kardashians, who is also a current producer of the Grammy Awards, has hired creative duo Rachel Arnold and Jon Green to lead the UK formats as creative directors.
The couple previously co-founded production company Sure and headed RDF Media’s creative team having worked on shows including love island, young doctor and Let’s Dance for Comic Relief. They joined Fulwell in February, reporting to company CEO Johnny Moore and focusing primarily on continuing to expand the company into international territories and creating more opportunities with UK broadcasters. Older brother.
“Rachel and Jon are important dates as Fulwell 73 enters a new era of expansion,” said Leo Pearlman, co-founder and managing partner of Fulwell. “Their innovative partnership is an unparalleled force in the industry. They are simply one of the most talented and seasoned TV brains around and we can’t wait to continue evolving our syndicated formats with their leadership.”
Arnold and Green’s hiring comes after Fulwell’s executive ranks were recently consolidated in both the UK and US. In early January, Ryann Lauckner was announced as chief operating and strategy officer; Emma Conway as executive vice president of non-scripted programming; Murray James as UK creative director for unscripted; and Paul Logan as senior vice president of U.S. non-descriptive development.
“Fulwell 73 is bursting with creative talent, endless energy and comes with an international pedigree in delivering first-class content. I can’t wait to get involved and get to work inventing a whole new set of non-scripted entertainment formats,” said Arnold.
“It is an honor to join such an exciting and innovative company, one with the most incredible global reputation. I’m excited to be working with all of Fulwell 73’s talented team to build new, gratifying brands,” added Green.