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Hesling named president of Maverick US

All3Media-owned production company Maverick TV has appointed a former BBC and Warner Bros exec as president of its US arm.

John Hesling

As president of Maverick TV USA, John Hesling will oversee a team developing and launching programmes for the US market as well as shopping formats created by Maverick in the UK.

Hesling will be based in LA and will report to Maverick CEO Simon Knight and All3Media America CEO Greg Lipstone.

The company is best known in the US for series Chrisley Knows Best and its spin-off According to Chrisley, which air on USA Network.

Hesling was previously senior VP of programming at Shed Media/Warner Bros Television, where he had creative oversight of the company’s output.

Prior to that, the Bafta- and Rose d’Or-nominated producer spent 14 years with the BBC in London, New York and LA, where he developed and produced content including BBC2 hit Dragon’s Den.

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Maverick TV USA Names John Hesling As President

Maverick TV USA has a new boss. Veteran producer John Hesling has been named president of the unit, tasked with developing and launching new programs for American audiences as well as driving value from formats created by Maverick TV’s UK office.

Based in Los Angeles, he will report to Maverick CEO Simon Knight and All3Media America CEO Greg Lipstone.

Hesling most recently was SVP Programming at Shed Media/Warner Bros Television, where he had creative oversight of the company’s output. Before that, he spent 14 years at the BBC in London, New York and Los Angeles, where he developed, produced and directed documentaries and factual entertainment formats filmed in a dozen countries, as well as the first two seasons of the BBC2 reality show Dragons’ Den. In the U.S., he has developed and produced shows for ABC, NBC, Lifetime, Oxygen,

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/12/maverick-tv-usa-names-john-hesling-president-1202220776/

John Hesling Named President Of Maverick TV USA | Deadline

Maverick TV USA has a new boss. Veteran producer John Hesling has been named president of the unit, tasked with developing and launching new programs for American audiences as well as driving value from formats created by Maverick TV’s UK office.

Based in Los Angeles, he will report to Maverick CEO Simon Knight and All3Media America CEO Greg Lipstone.

Hesling most recently was SVP Programming at Shed Media/Warner Bros Television, where he had creative oversight of the company’s output. Before that, he spent 14 years at the BBC in London, New York and Los Angeles, where he developed, produced and directed documentaries and factual entertainment formats filmed in a dozen countries, as well as the first two seasons of the BBC2 reality show Dragons’ Den. In the U.S., he has developed and produced shows for ABC, NBC, Lifetime, Oxygen,

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/12/maverick-tv-usa-names-john-hesling-president-1202220776/

Oxygen Expands Original Crime Slate With Four New Projects In Development

Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, is expanding its development slate with four new buzzworthy projects.  New series in development include “Up and Vanished,” based on the wildly popular podcast by the same name from Payne Lindsey, “Buzzfeed: Behind the Crime” following true-crime devotee Kelsey Darragh as she investigates unsolved mysteries, “License to Kill” with Dr. Terry Dubrow (“Botched”) examining cases of doctors who have gone over the edge and “Unhinged, hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Troy Roberts and Emmy nominated reporter Stephanie Bauer as they immerse themselves into the nation’s most twisted and suspenseful cases.

“Fans of the crime genre have really responded to the new Oxygen,” said Cori Abraham, Senior Vice President, Development and International, “We’re attracting some of the biggest producers and talent in this space, and we’re looking forward to unveiling our 2018 slate.”

Led by hit original series such as “Cold Justice” “Criminal

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Oxygen Expands Crime Development Slate With Four New Projects Including ‘Up & Vanished’ Based On Podcast

Crime-themed cable network Oxygen is expanding its development slate with four new projects including Up And Vanished (working title), based on Payne Lindsey’s popular podcast from Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens’ Propagate Entertainment.

Also set are Shed Media’s License to Kill (wt) with Botched plastic surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow examining cases of doctors who have gone over the edge; Buzzfeed: Behind the Crime (wt), an investigative series that probes unsolved mysteries kept alive by the Internet; and true-crime series Unhinged (wt), hosted by Emmy-winning journalist Troy Roberts and Emmy-nominated reporter Stephanie Bauer, which tackles the nation’s most twisted and suspenseful cases, from Peacock Productions.

Oxygen Media completed its transformation into a crime-themed cable network last summer when it was officially rebranded as a crime destination network for women for with an all-crime programming slate.

Led by original series such as Cold Justice and Criminal Confessions

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/11/oxygen-crime-development-slate-new-projects-up-vanished-podcast-1202206775/

Oxygen Expands Crime Development Slate With Four New Projects …

Crime-themed cable network Oxygen is expanding its development slate with four new projects including Up And Vanished (working title), based on Payne Lindsey’s popular podcast from Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens’ Propagate Entertainment.

Also set are Shed Media’s License to Kill (wt) with Botched plastic surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow examining cases of doctors who have gone over the edge; Buzzfeed: Behind the Crime (wt), an investigative series that probes unsolved mysteries kept alive by the Internet; and true-crime series Unhinged (wt), hosted by Emmy-winning journalist Troy Roberts and Emmy-nominated reporter Stephanie Bauer, which tackles the nation’s most twisted and suspenseful cases, from Peacock Productions.

Oxygen Media completed its transformation into a crime-themed cable network last summer when it was officially rebranded as a crime destination network for women for with an all-crime programming slate.

Led by original series such as Cold Justice and Criminal Confessions

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/11/oxygen-crime-development-slate-new-projects-up-vanished-podcast-1202206775/

Oxygen turns to true crime

Remember Oxygen, the network founded, in part, by Oprah Winfrey?

It started in 2000 with a slate of programming geared toward women – a sort of Lifetime Jr. Over the years, shows that have aired on Oxygen include Bad Girls Club,” “House of Glam,” “Hollywood Unzipped: Stylist Wars,” “The Glee Project,” “Top Model Obsessed,” “Girls Behaving Badly,” the various “Tori and Dean” shows that focused on Tori Spelling and her husband, and “Oprah After the Show” – reality shows that took viewers inside celebrity- and glamour-driven worlds. The channel was also a repository for syndicated reruns of network reality and talk shows and old sitcoms, including “America’s Next Top Model,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Ellen,” “The Tyra Banks Show,” “Glee,” “Kate Allie,” “Ned Stacey,” “Mad About You” and “Absolutely Fabulous,” among others.

In 2007, NBC Universal acquired the network, and programming remained the same, at first. But slowly, things began to

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Oxygen turns to true crime | | qctimes.com

Remember Oxygen, the network founded, in part, by Oprah Winfrey?

It started in 2000 with a slate of programming geared toward women – a sort of Lifetime Jr. Over the years, shows that have aired on Oxygen include Bad Girls Club,” “House of Glam,” “Hollywood Unzipped: Stylist Wars,” “The Glee Project,” “Top Model Obsessed,” “Girls Behaving Badly,” the various “Tori and Dean” shows that focused on Tori Spelling and her husband, and “Oprah After the Show” – reality shows that took viewers inside celebrity- and glamour-driven worlds. The channel was also a repository for syndicated reruns of network reality and talk shows and old sitcoms, including “America’s Next Top Model,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Ellen,” “The Tyra Banks Show,” “Glee,” “Kate Allie,” “Ned Stacey,” “Mad About You” and “Absolutely Fabulous,” among others.

In 2007, NBC Universal acquired the network, and programming remained the same, at first. But slowly, things began to

Read more at: http://qctimes.com/oxygen-turns-to-true-crime/article_780c89c0-b38f-584c-a192-4afd860b1625.html

What to watch this week: Oxygen turns to true crime

Remember Oxygen, the network founded, in part, by Oprah Winfrey?

It started in 2000 with a slate of programming geared toward women – a sort of Lifetime Jr. Over the years, shows that have aired on Oxygen include Bad Girls Club,” “House of Glam,” “Hollywood Unzipped: Stylist Wars,” “The Glee Project,” “Top Model Obsessed,” “Girls Behaving Badly,” the various “Tori and Dean” shows that focused on Tori Spelling and her husband, and “Oprah After the Show” – reality shows that took viewers inside celebrity- and glamour-driven worlds. The channel was also a repository for syndicated reruns of network reality and talk shows and old sitcoms, including “America’s Next Top Model,” “America’s Got Talent,”

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‘Cold Blooded’ and More New True Crime TV Shows You Can’t Miss This Fall

A man in a suit walks behind a security guard Mindhunter | Netflix

There’s never been a better time to be a fan of true crime. Following the success of Netflix’s Making a Murderer, HBO’s The Jinx, and FX’s American Crime Story, true crime documentaries and dramas have flooded the airwaves.

There’s even an entire new network now devoted to true crime, with Oxygen marketing itself as the place to go for crime shows. Investigation Discovery also has their share of great true crime programming, and Netflix is continuing to produce great entries into the genre as well.

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Those who can’t get enough of true crime have several shows on the horizon to look forward to, as well as a few others that came out this fall that you also won’t want to miss. Here

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