Foxtel is backing the screen adaptation of Paul Kelly's Christmas classic 'How to Make Gravy' as a recipe for Binge's entry into feature films, with the project to shoot on the Gold Coast and star Hugo Weaving and Daniel Henshall.
Foxtel was the big winner as the TV Week Logie Awards returned to Sydney for the first time in 37 years on Sunday, with comedy series 'Colin From Accounts' and courtroom drama 'The Twelve' both receiving three awards.
With the overseas success of series such as 'Colin From Accounts', 'The Twelve' and 'Love Me', Foxtel chief commercial and content officer Amanda Laing - fresh from LA Screenings - reports that it is increasingly being looked at as an international co-production partner of choice.
Production is headed to Western Australia for the second season of Foxtel's 'The Twelve', marking the largest project to ever shoot in the state.
Foxtel has confirmed it has inked a new multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Discovery to allow it to continue as the local platform for HBO, Max Originals, Warner Bros., and Discovery programming.
Foxtel has inked a new multi-year partnership with NBCUniversal that includes content from Sky Studios and streaming service Peacock, as well as Universal Television titles such as 'The Office', 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine', and '30 Rock'.
As the executive director of drama for the Foxtel Group, Walsh will oversee all commissioned drama across both Foxtel and Binge, and consult on the company's scripted content strategy and industry relations.