Seven Studios announces new content for Facebook Watch
How to Dad Bootcamp & Date Keepers amongst new titles network is producing for Facebook.
Seven Studios has announced new original formats as part of its content deal with Facebook Watch.
Titles include “How to Dad Bootcamp”, “Date Keepers”, “The Unboxing” and “Farmhouse Switch”. The first creators who will be featured include:
• Tanya Hennessy
• Jordan Watson (How To Dad)
• Elise Strachan (My Cupcake Addiction)
• Joel Creasey
• Erin Holland
The new projects are led by Matt Apps, Executive Producer and Digital Content Lead at Seven, along with Michael Horrocks, Executive Producer – Comedy.
Therese Hegarty, Seven Studios CEO “This further cements the partnership with Facebook to create premium, short form series at scale, with some of our country’s best talent. The partnerships gives the creators and us the freedom to experiment with formats and flex towards new ideas and audiences. It is hugely exciting for us and we are thrilled with the opportunity”.
Facebook’s Revie Sylviana, Entertainment Partnerships Lead, said: “Facebook Watch is a video destination on Facebook, where content, community, and conversation come together. Fans can join the conversation by viewing along with others, interacting within Facebook pages and even connecting directly with show creators and talent. Our goal is to encourage high quality, appointment viewing style content across Watch.”
The first shows are live now and can all be found on the Channel 7 Facebook page.
Seven Studios was the first production company in Australia commissioned by Facebook to create original, multi-episode series for its Watch video platform.