23 August 2017 5:11 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Sky and HBO are set to take a minority stake in British production company Bad Wolf (“The Night Of”) as the first investment in the two broadcasters’ co-production deal.

The deal, announced Wednesday, will see Bad Wolf , the production company set up by Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner in 2015, formalize its role to supply high-end, large-scale drama for Sky and HBO’s $250-million multiyear co-production partnership, which was unveiled in April.

“Sky and HBO share a common creative culture, and this deal deepens our relationship and maintains our leadership position in world-class content,” said Gary Davey, managing director of content at Sky. Davey will join Bad Wolf’s board at part of the deal alongside Glenn Whitehead, HBO’s executive vice president of business and legal affairs.

“Our experience working with Bad Wolf on ‘The Night Of’ laid the groundwork for what I know will be a very fruitful production partnership alongside our friends at Sky, one »


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