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ID lands Arrow’s true crime again

US network Investigation Discovery (ID) has recommissioned two true crime series from UK indie prodco Arrow Media.

Tom Brisley

See No Evil will return to ID for its fourth season in January 2018. The 16×60’ series is coproduced with Canada’s Saloon Media and has also been recommissioned by Canadian French-language broadcaster Canal D.

The show, distributed globally by Entertainment One, unravels murder mysteries by piecing together real CCTV footage.

American Monster will return later in 2018 for its 12×60’ third season. The series uses home-movie footage to reveal the double lives led by some of America’s murderers before they were caught.

Tom Brisley, co-founder and joint creative director of Arrow Media, said: “Over the past few years, we’ve built a really strong working relationship with Investigation Discovery. It’s been great to once again work with them to continue making exciting and captivating true crime content.”

Read more at: https://www.c21media.net/id-lands-arrows-true-crime-again/

ID commissions Arrow’s “Hear No Evil”

True crime network Investigation Discovery has commissioned the new six-part sister series Hear No Evil from UK indie Arrow Media.

Hear No Evil (pictured; 6 x 60 minutes) uses archive material and authentic audio recorded at the crime scene as captured by victims’ families, investigators and the killers themselves to reconstruct each unlawful act.

The show is a sister series to See No Evilwhich uses CCTV as the central source material.

Each episode of Hear No Evil also features first-person testimony, dramatic reconstructions, video archive and computer graphics to complete the narrative that ultimately lead to murder.

“By building the series around audio rather than visual elements we are letting the viewer’s own imagination and instinctive fear of the unknown come to the fore,” said Tom Brisley, co-founder and joint creative director at Arrow Media, in a statement.

Arrow Media’s Brisley serves as creative director, with Sam Starbuck as executive producer

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/04/12/id-commissions-arrows-hear-no-evil/

Realscreen » Archive » ID commissions Arrow’s “Hear No Evil”

True crime network Investigation Discovery has commissioned the new six-part sister series Hear No Evil from UK indie Arrow Media.

Hear No Evil (pictured; 6 x 60 minutes) uses archive material and authentic audio recorded at the crime scene as captured by victims’ families, investigators and the killers themselves to reconstruct each unlawful act.

The show is a sister series to See No Evilwhich uses CCTV as the central source material.

Each episode of Hear No Evil also features first-person testimony, dramatic reconstructions, video archive and computer graphics to complete the narrative that ultimately lead to murder.

“By building the series around audio rather than visual elements we are letting the viewer’s own imagination and instinctive fear of the unknown come to the fore,” said Tom Brisley, co-founder and joint creative director at Arrow Media, in a statement.

Arrow Media’s Brisley serves as creative director, with Sam Starbuck as executive producer

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/04/12/id-commissions-arrows-hear-no-evil/

ID listens in on Arrow’s Hear No Evil

Investigation Discovery (ID) in the US has ordered its latest true crime show, this time using audio recordings from victims and killers.

Hear No Evil uses audio material to tell the story of true crime cases

Hear No Evil (6×60’), from the UK’s Arrow Media, uses recordings captured by the victims’ families, the perpetrators’ friends and investigators, along with interviews, dramatic reconstructions, video archive and bespoke graphics.

The show is the sister series to See No Evil, which uses CCTV camera footage as the central source material.

Tom Brisley, co-founder and joint creative director at Arrow, said: “By building the series around audio rather than visual elements we are letting the viewer’s own imagination and instinctive fear of the unknown come to the fore.”

Brisley serves as creative director on the show, with Sam Starbuck as executive producer and Tom Keeling series producer.

Read more at: https://www.c21media.net/id-listens-in-on-arrows-hear-no-evil/

Starbuck named EP at Arrow Media

Arrow Media has hired Sam Starbuck as an executive producer who will oversee the independent production company’s true crime slate.

Starbuck (pictured) previously was at Raw TV as a showrunner for National Geographic’s military docuseries No Man Left Behind. She also worked on programs and series for the BBC and Nutopia. Her credits include Syfy’s cult horror docuseries Paranormal Witness, Sky Atlantic’s history docuseries The British and ITV’s Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls.

Starbuck will report directly to Arrow co-founder and joint creative director Tom Brisley.

The UK-based production company has unveiled its true crime slate for Investigate Discovery in the U.S., which includes a third season of See No Evil, which is co-produced with Canada-based production company Saloon Media. Arrow will also produce series two of American Monster (10×60) about the double lives

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/02/07/starbuck-named-ep-at-arrow-media/

Realscreen » Archive » Starbuck named EP at Arrow Media

Arrow Media has hired Sam Starbuck as an executive producer who will oversee the independent production company’s true crime slate.

Starbuck (pictured) previously was at Raw TV as a showrunner for National Geographic’s military docuseries No Man Left Behind. She also worked on programs and series for the BBC and Nutopia. Her credits include Syfy’s cult horror docuseries Paranormal Witness, Sky Atlantic’s history docuseries The British and ITV’s Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls.

Starbuck will report directly to Arrow co-founder and joint creative director Tom Brisley.

The UK-based production company has unveiled its true crime slate for Investigate Discovery in the U.S., which includes a third season of See No Evil, which is co-produced with Canada-based production company Saloon Media. Arrow will also produce series two of American Monster (10×60) about the double lives

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/02/07/starbuck-named-ep-at-arrow-media/

Arrow hires for true crime slate

UK factual indie Arrow Media has hired a former BBC and Raw TV executive producer to oversee its fast-expanding line-up of true crime series.

Sam Starbuck

Sam Starbuck

Arrow, which was one of the first UK indies to receive backing from Channel 4’s growth fund back in 2014, has hired Sam Starbuck as executive producer.

Starbuck has previously produced at the BBC, Raw TV and Jane Root’s indie Nutopia and worked on series including No Man Left Behind for Nat Geo, Paranormal Witness for Syfy and The British for Sky Atlantic.

She joins as Arrow – set up by former Darlow Smithson factual veterans John Smithson, Tom Brisley and Iain Pelling in 2011 – at a time of great expansion in the true crime genre.

A third season of Arrow’s See No Evil, which launched in 2015, has been commissioned by Investigation Discovery in the US.

The 13-part

Read more at: http://www.c21media.net/arrow-hires-for-true-crime-slate/

Realscreen » Archive » ID, Arrow team up for “Monster”

The Arrow Media-produced program (6 x 60 minutes) will focus on the “twisted double lives” led by American killers. Arrow previously produced See No Evil for ID, now in its second season.

The new series is said to build on the success of See No Evil, which presents CCTV footage that helped police solve particular crimes. American Monster will similarly use home footage of the featured killers with their families and friends, along with interviews with neighbors and loved ones.

Also included are police interrogation tapes, filmed wire taps and reconstructions. Each episode will profile a different case.

Arrow Media’s Tom Brisley serves as creative director for American Monster. ID’s Tim Baney is exec producing for the net, while Winona Meringolo, VP of development for the net, commissioned the series.

“Using actual home movie footage of serial killers at home and at play gives us a

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2016/05/09/id-arrow-team-up-for-monster/

ID, Arrow team up for “Monster”

The Arrow Media-produced program (6 x 60 minutes) will focus on the “twisted double lives” led by American killers. Arrow previously produced See No Evil for ID, now in its second season.

The new series is said to build on the success of See No Evil, which presents CCTV footage that helped police solve particular crimes. American Monster will similarly use home footage of the featured killers with their families and friends, along with interviews with neighbors and loved ones.

Also included are police interrogation tapes, filmed wire taps and reconstructions. Each episode will profile a different case.

Arrow Media’s Tom Brisley serves as creative director for American Monster. ID’s Tim Baney is exec producing for the net, while Winona Meringolo, VP of development for the net, commissioned the series.

“Using actual home movie footage of serial killers at home and at play gives us a

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2016/05/09/id-arrow-team-up-for-monster/