FremantleMedia Enterprises Snags Distrib Rights To 'Really Me'
Canadian tween comedy from Fresh TV portrays the good, bad and the ugly of reality TV.
TORONTO -- FremantleMedia Enterprises has picked up the worldwide distribution rights to Really Me, a Canadian tween comedy about the good, bad and the ugly of being on reality TV.
The brand extension arm of FremantleMedia also picked up the brand licensing and home entertainment rights to the Canadian indie series from Fresh TV, excluding Canada.
Really Me portrays best friends Maddy and Julia after they win their own reality TV show and look forward to fame and fortune, only to discover documenting their live 24/7 does not turn out as they hoped.
Really Me was created by Tom McGillis and Jennifer Pertsch.
FremantleMedia Enterprises already distributes Fresh TV’s tween comedy My Babysitter’s a Vampire.
“Really Me is a great next show for Fresh TV to follow My Babysitter's a Vampire. It's smart, funny and clever, traits common to all of Fresh TV's fare,” Bob Higgins, FME’s senior vp of children’s and family entertainment, said in a statement.
Executive producers are McGillis, Pertsch, Brian Irving and George Elliot.
Brian Roberts is creative producer.