Red Arrow International has announced its new slate of shows launching at MIPTV 2016, with an impressive range of scripted, formats and factual programs.

Highlights include the return of “Bosch” starring Titus Welliver, new Icelandic drama “Case” from Baldvin Z, major new ABC network format “My Diet is Better Than Yours”, and provocative dating format “Kiss Bang Love”.

Henrik Pabst, Managing Director of Red Arrow International said: “Red Arrow has grown rapidly in the last 12 months, and as a group now includes 15 production companies in six territories, alongside our work with some of the world’s most talented third-party producers. Our new slate for MIPTV reflects that growing creative energy.”

Scripted highlights include the return of “Bosch” (10 x 1 hour) starring Titus Welliver (Argo), following the huge success of Season One, and based on Michael Connelly’s best selling novels; thrilling new Icelandic drama “Case” (9 x 1 hour) from award-winning director Baldvin Z (‘Trapped’, ‘My Life in a Fishbowl’); “Cleverman” (6 x 1 hour), which was selected by Berlinale 2016 as a Special Series, and is a sexy, smart and highly original series starring Iain Glen (Game of Thrones) and Frances O’Connor (The Missing), produced for ABC TV Australia and SundanceTV; high-stakes espionage thriller “The Romeo Section” (10 x 1 hour) from acclaimed showrunner Chris Haddock (Boardwalk Empire); and magical family event movie “Peter and Wendy” (1 x 2 hours) featuring an all-star cast including Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games).

Formats include ground-breaking new network show “My Diet is Better Than Yours” for ABC, that pits diet experts against each other to help contestants lose weight; “Kiss Bang Love”, the provocative new TV dating experiment from the creators of “Married at First Sight”; “Radio Face”, the format that gets a nation talking by turning ordinary people into TV stars as they argue, debate and share stories whilst going about their daily lives; bold new social experiment “The Day the Cash Came” for the BBC that tests what a family living below the poverty line would do if they were gifted a year’s salary in one lump sum of cash – no strings attached; Channel 4’s competitive wedding dress show “All Hail The Veil”; and hilarious new ITV panel show “Safeword‘.

The Factual and Factual Entertainment slate includes BBC show “The Hairy Builder” featuring one half of TV’s The Hairy Bikers, travelling across Britain exploring its most fascinating buildings; awe-inspiring new travel show “Destination Unlimited” (26 x half hour); “Mavericks Unlimited” (26 x half hour), a show for men who are inspired by the thrill of wild adventure and the biggest, fastest and most dangerous machines, buildings and cars on earth;  “My Selfie Life”, an intimate and honest portrait of young people’s lives, told in their own words; and new episodes of “Married at First Sight” USA (A&E/fyi),  “Billy on the Street” (TruTV) and “Antiques Road Trip” (BBC).



Production Credits and Images avaibale on request for all shows.