Condé Nast Entertainment And Twentieth Century Fox Partner Up

by Dena Silver
Condé Nast Entertainment

Are your favorite glossies bound to take over the silver screen? They just might: Twentieth Century Fox Television and Condé Nast Entertainment have finalized a partnership to develop and produce scripted TV shows in tandem. Twentieth’s cable production firm, Fox 21, will be responsible for developing and producing all cable-related content. This year alone, three series will hit the airwaves as a result of this union: Vanity Fair Confidential on Investigation Discovery, The Fashion Fund on Ovation, and Geeks Who Drink on Syfy. Expect more shows to arrive imminently. More than 10 pilots have been sold to a series of networks, including broadcast, cable, and digital, according to a release.

“Twentieth Century Fox Television and Fox 21 have a true commitment to quality storytelling that has resulted in some of the most popular and acclaimed television today,” Condé Nast Entertainment president Dawn Ostroff said in a release. Ostroff, the former president of entertainment at The CW Television Network, has been with CNÉ since its inception in October 2011. Additionally, Gina Marcheschi, the VP of scripted TV at CNE will be the individual responsible for managing the relationship between the two media firms. We can’t wait to see what new fash-related TV shows they’ll be churning out…

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