A+E Networks’ canine competitors present “High Canine” has been optioned for each the U.Ok. and Irish markets by Scottish manufacturing firm Two Rivers Media.
Created by MGM’s Massive Fish Leisure and broadcast as “America’s High Canine” on A+E Networks’ A&E channel Stateside, the format sees groups of canines and their homeowners examined on their pace, agility and teamwork by finishing a sequence of duties on an enormous impediment course.
Every week’s successful group receives prize cash and a further sum to donate to the animal charity of their alternative. Within the last week of competitors, high rivals return to the finale course to battle for the “High Canine” title and a further money prize.
Two Rivers’ choice of “High Canine” was supported by the Nationwide Lottery by means of Display screen Scotland’s Broadcast Content material Fund.
Based in January 2019 by CEO Alan Clements, former director of content material at STV Productions, and headquartered in Glasgow, Two Rivers creates content material throughout factual, factual leisure, leisure and scripted.
The outfit’s artistic group consists of head of factual Mick McAvoy, former head of factual at STV Productions; head of leisure Mirella Breda, most just lately managing director of Endemol Shine label Preliminary; former Channel four performing head of options Lizi Wootton; ex-head of U.Ok. factual improvement at Wall to Wall Media, Lucy Bacon; and head of drama Marcus Wilson, who got here to Two Rivers from scripted indie Fifty Fathoms Productions.
The corporate is backed by Noble Grossart and the Channel four Progress Fund, which upped their stakes in Two Rivers to purchase out Kew Media Group, which entered administration final month and beforehand held a minority stake within the firm.
Mirella Breda, head of leisure at Two Rivers, mentioned: “I can see why (High Canine) has been such an enormous hit within the States — it’s obtained that magic mixture of excessive octane challenges and massive emotional tales.”