Channel 5 have commissioned three factual series from Objective Media Group and Oliver Wright. They are; The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; Secrets of the 70s Supermarket and a second series of Motorway: Hell on the Highway.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
New 4x60' series which will transport viewers into the heart of one of London's most celebrated and wealthy borough. Across the series, viewers will meet the residents and explore iconic royal residences, gardens, shops and businesses.
Secrets of the 70s Supermarket
New 3x60' series which will delve into consumer history to explore the developments that transformed supermarkets across the decades. The series will feature interviews with retail insiders, historians, industry experts and food critics.
Motorway: Hell on the Highway
Following the successful first series, Channel 5 have commissioned a further 12x60' episodes of Motorway: Hell On The Highway. From skidding on icy roads to dangerous overtaking, distracted drivers to jack-knifing lorries, the series showcases all that can and does go wrong on our motorways and main roads.
Producer Oliver Wright said: “We’re delighted to working across three such different and exciting projects for Channel 5 which we’re confident will set the standard for the label going forward. We’re lucky enough to have pulled together three outstanding teams who promise to deliver high quality, factual shows for the Channel’s audience.”
Lucy Willis, Commissioning Editor, Unscripted, Channel 5 and Paramount+, who said: “You couldn’t get a richer or more colourful precinct than The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and taking a peak inside this exclusive world should prove a real treat for the Channel 5 viewers.”