Channel 4 Brings Back Social Media-Based Reality Format ‘The Circle’ For Second Season; Promises More Mischief

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Social media-based reality series The Circle is returning to Channel 4 after the British broadcaster ordered a second season.
This comes after Netflix snapped up the international rights to the format and Deadline revealed that it was making French and…

‘The Circle’: Netflix Lines Up French & Brazilian Remakes As Studio Lambert Uses UK Hub For Reality Format

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EXCLUSIVE: Netflix is going French and Brazilian for British reality hit The Circle.
Earlier this year, the SVOD service snapped up the international rights to Studio Lambert’s format, which was originally produced for the UK’s Channel 4, and ann…

Netflix Remakes Studio Lambert’s British Reality Series ‘The Circle’ In The U.S. & Two Other Global Markets

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Netflix is remaking British reality hit The Circle in three international markets including the U.S., marking one of its biggest non-scripted entertainment bets since Ultimate Beastmaster.
The SVOD platform has struck a major deal for the series, which…

‘Undercover Boss’ Producer Studio Lambert Ramps Up U.S. Focus With Jack Burgess LA Move

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Undercover Boss producer Studio Lambert is to focusing more of its attention on the U.S. market with Head of Development Jack Burgess receiving a promotion and a transfer to Los Angeles.
Burgess, who has been involved in the creation of shows including Naked Attraction and Gogglesprogs, will lead the All3Media-backed indie’s non-scripted drive in the U.S. after becoming SVP, Development and Current, Los Angeles.
Studio Lambert has sold a number of non-scripted projects to…

Amazon/Liberty Global Back Sci-Fi Drama ‘The Feed’ From ‘The Walking Dead’ Producer & Studio Lambert

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EXCLUSIVE: Amazon and Liberty Global are travelling into the future with their latest big-budget drama order – a social media-infused sci-fi series from The Walking Dead exec producer Channing Powell and British producer Studio Lambert.
The SVOD service and the European pay-TV operator have commissioned The Feed, a TV adaptation of Nick Clark Windo’s dystopian novel. It will air on Amazon in the U.S., Canada and Latin America, while Liberty Global will air across Europe…

Studio Lambert Ramps Up Drama Slate on Both Sides of the Atlantic (EXCLUSIVE)

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Studio Lambert is one of the world’s leading unscripted producers, best known for shows like Emmy-winner “Undercover Boss” and “The People’s Couch.” Two years ago the London- and L.A.-based company moved into drama series. Chief executive Stephen Lambert and drama chief Susan Hogg talk to Variety about their plans. Next month sees the launch on… Read more »

Studio Lambert Opens Glitterbox With Cat Lawson As Creative Director

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All3Media’s Studio Lambert is launching entertainment label Glitterbox with former TwoFour exec Cat Lawson as Creative Director. Billed as a shiny floor entertainment division, Glitterbox will have its own development staff, but will also work with the existing Studio Lambert development team and its Creative Director, Tim Harcourt. In the U.S., Glitterbox formats will be produced by Studio Lambert’s LA operation run by Greg Goldman, together with the All3Media America…

NBC Orders Topical News Comedy Show ‘Common Sense’

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NBC has greenlit “Common Sense,” an unscripted topical comedy series featuring real people from all walks of life commenting on the buzzworthy news and events of the week, the network announced on Tuesday. In “Common Sense,” cameras will head to workplaces, restaurants, coffee shops, gyms and bars all over the country to hear candid, unfiltered opinions… Read more »

NBC Orders Alternative Comedy Series ‘Common Sense’ From Studio Lambert

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NBC has picked up Common Sense, a half-hour topical alternative comedy series featuring real people commenting on the week’s news and events. The network has given a six-episode order to the project, which already has been picked up to series by BBC Two in the U.K.. Common Sense hails from All3Media-owned Studio Lambert, which is taking the format to the upcoming MIPCOM television market.
Common Sense will feature a cast of recurring characters in different states — duos…