Kinetic Content, the producer of Netflix’s global smash-hit new series Love is Blind and Lifetime’s top-rating Married at First Sight, has inked an exclusive production deal with acclaimed showrunner and producer Scott Teti.

Kinetic Content produces the top rated series on multiple platforms, including the Netflix sensation Love is Blind, which is currently the number one series on the service in multiple territories around the world including the United States, the UK, Germany, Australia and Canada.

Teti is an Executive Producer on Spy Games, which Kinetic launched last month on Bravo, and he will now exclusively produce and develop in-house for Kinetic.

Teti has been a lauded show runner across multiple series including an upcoming docuseries for Netflix, Mexican Dynasties for Bravo, and Summer House for Bravo, which he created and sold in addition to producing. Teti’s other credits include show running the first hit season of the iconic Duck Dynasty.

Teti will report to Eric Detwiler, Kinetic’s Executive Producer in Charge of Programming, and Chris Coelen, Kinetic’s founder and CEO. He’ll also collaborate closely with Karrie Wolfe and Katie Griffin, Kinetic’s Executive Vice Presidents of Development.

Kinetic Content founder and CEO Chris Coelen says: “Scott has proven himself to be amongst the most talented show runners in the business, and I am proud to extend our relationship which began on Spy Games, into a new exciting chapter.”

Kinetic produces an impressive range of stand-out programming including Lifetime’s top-rated series, the groundbreaking Married at First Sight, which is in its tenth season and attracting series-high ratings; Friends Speak, which has been the highest-rated program on Reelz for each of the past two years; Lifetime’s number two and number three highest-rated series, the highly successful Little Women: Atlanta and Little Women: LA; the worldwide smash Seven Year Switch, with three seasons on Lifetime in the US, plus localized versions in territories around the globe; Discovery’s much buzzed-about Man vs. Bear; Bravo’s Spy Games; and Lifetime’s Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love, which launched its second season on Lifetime yesterday, February 26, and has already spawned a hit localized version in Australia. Kinetic’s Netflix phenomenon Love is Blind drops its highly-anticipated finale episode today, February 27.