Founded in 1996, Princess Production’s first commission was Light Lunch for Channel 4. Since then, with co-founder and Managing Director Henrietta Conrad at the helm, Princess has gone from strength to strength, creating and broadcasting over 100 formats across many genres. Whether they’re Daytime, Primetime, Comedy, Arts, Music, Factual Entertainment or high profile studio formats, Princess shows always strive to deliver exceptional talent, innovation and interactivity.
Princess is a multi-skilled production company producing a wide range of shows across several genres. From long running series such as Something For The Weekend (BBC2), T4 (Channel 4), The Wright Stuff (Channel 5), Eddie Stobart: Trucks & Trailers (Channel 5) and nine series of The Friday/Sunday Night Project (Channel 4), multi-million pound international entertainment series such as Got To Dance and Must Be The Music (both Sky1), Sunday Brunch (Channel 4), Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew (Sky 1), The Love Machine (Sky Living) to Lily Allen: From Riches To Rags (Channel 4) and My Story (BBC1) which showcase expertise in making thoughtful and intelligent factual entertainment and documentary series.
Princess Productions now concentrates on making Entertainment, Daytime, Comedy and Scripted programmes for all broadcasters whilst ‘Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers’ and ‘Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew’ and all Factual and Factual Entertainment content will now be made by Shine TV.
A strong reputation for nurturing new talent has seen Princess launch the careers of some of the UK’s most popular presenters; including Alan Carr, Justin Lee Collins, Steve Jones and Vernon Kay. With its own dedicated talent team, Princess has also persuaded huge stars such as Jay-Z (Imagine, BBC2) and Lily Allen (Lily Allen: From Riches To Rags, Channel 4) to become the focus of their own shows.
Since 2007, Princess has been part of The Shine Group, which in 2010 became the UK’s biggest “super-indie”, topping Broadcast Magazine’s survey of the UK television production industry.
Friday March 22nd 2013
Princess Productions and Supermodel Naomi Campbell launch a search for ‘The Face”
“The Face” is an ambitious, glossy new entertainment series, where Naomi Campbell and two other supermodel mentors compete against each other in the ultimate battle to find ‘The Face’ – the model who has what it takes to become the face of a world-renowned brand.
If you’re a female model aged 18 or over, with or without previous experience, and want to apply, click here to fill out the application form, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7985 1803 or 075 7223 8368. Auditions begin in the first week of April and filming starts this Spring.
Thursday March 21st 2013
Get excited and welcome back Sing Date
Prepare yourself for a brand new set of singing hopefuls every Tuesday night at 8:30pm on Sky Living HD
Who can resist another heart-warming dose of dating duets?
Get ready for a second batch of lonely hearts to warm up their vocal chords in the search for love.
Monday January 14th 2013
The Johnny and Inel Show
The Johnny and Inel Show brings together two of the most exciting new comedy stars, Johnny Cochrane and Inel Tomlinson in a show that combines an interactive studio sitcom with punchy sketches to create a packed half hour of cool characters, music, catchphrases and comedy. Each show opens in the studio which is where the audience try out Johnny and Inel’s latest Geek of the Week and a new sitcom storyline plays out. The series starts on 15th January at 5.15pm on CBBC