Fox Entertainment Global Adds Unscripted Content From Fox Alternative Entertainment, Studio Ramsay Global, and TMZ


Fox Entertainment Global is expanding its content slate, adding new unscripted programming from Fox Alternative Entertainment, Gordon Ramsay’s Studio Ramsay Global, and TMZ.

Announced for MIPCOM 2023, the new content will be joining original animated content from Bento Box Entertainment, live-action comedy from FOX Entertainment Studios; and more than 20 movies produced by MarVista Entertainment.

“As Fox Entertainment Global wraps a successful first year of operation and prepares to return to MIPCOM, our strategy to further expand our fast-growing library of owned content with global appeal is already making a meaningful impact on the international landscape,” said Fernando Szew, CEO of FEG and MarVista Entertainment. “This addition of premium unscripted content from Gordon Ramsay, FAE and TMZ uniquely complements our fast-growing roster of multiplatform, linear and streaming content, including animation, scripted series and original movies.”

On this year’s MIPCOM slate is “Snake Oil,” David Spade and Will Arnett’s new game show which hails from Fox Alternative and launches on Fox on September 27. The competition series is hosted and produced by Spade and executive produced by Arnett. Also joining the list is “The Masked Singer,” which this month launched its milestone tenth season, and Studio Ramsay Global’s “Next Level Chef,” which delivered 16.7 million total viewers in its post-Super Bowl LVII Season Two Premiere. The documentary specials “TMZ Investigates: Gilgo Beach Serial Murders: Missed Warning Signs,” “TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: Divorce & Despair,” and “TMZ Presents: Tragically Viral” were also announced.

The shows have been added alongside adult animated series “Krapopolis” and “Grimsburg” — both of which are produced by Bento Box. Rounding out Fox Entertainment Global’s scripted series slate is the single-camera comedy “Animal Control,” starring and executive produced by Joel McHale.

The company also plans to unveil more than 20 made-for-platform movies in Cannes from MarVista and Bento Box, which produced the animated features “Big Bruh,” “Millennial Hunter” and “Pastacolypse.” MarVista’s new holiday films include “Rescuing Christmas,” “Christmas Revisited” and “A Christmas Serenade.” “The Murdaugh Murders,” “Below Deck Deceit” and “God’s Grace: The Sheila Johnson Story” are among MarVista’s list of upcoming dramas.


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