NEW YORK, May 9, 2013/ PRNewswire/-- At its New York Upfront presentation for the press today, Ovation, America's only arts network, unveiled nine new original series scheduled to premiere this summer and fall.
Ovation, America's only arts network, has further grown its slate of arts-centric programming by completing a deal with BBC Worldwide for the highly sought after UK hit from Big Talk Productions, A Young Doctor's Notebook, starring Jon Hamm and Daniel...
Ovation came to its upfront on Thurs armed with plans to launch 236 hours of new original programming that amounts to a 400% increase in original shows over last year, which had already doubled the originals it aired in ’11. The net plans 9 new shows in ’13, with 16 originals in development for ’14. Ovation chief creative officer Robert Weiss also announced Ovation’s new tagline— “Art Everywhere”—that’s locked to the new Ovation logo. “With this seismic shift in our programming focus, we are making the leap to become a full-service arts network—America’s only arts network,” he said. The net featured 5 new shows at the upfront, including “The Kuhnert Chronicles” (premieres summer), with Harvard prof Flynn Kuhnert and his sister Tara exploring art history; “Culture Pop” (premieres June), showcasing the newest events and personalities in every creative field; and “A Young Doctor’s Notebook” (premieres summer), a dark comedy with Daniel Radcliffe as a young doctor in a remote village during the Russian Revolution. Jon Hamm plays Radcliffe’s older self. Ovation said it will announce its other 4 originals for ’13 in June. Ovation also plans several off-air projects and initiatives, including “This Week’s Wall,” with up- and-coming art talent transforming a wall in the net’s hq into a work of art.
Ovation might be a little more prevalent, soon, thanks to a new original programming lineup and one big import. On Thursday, Ovation announced it as eight projects in development, as well as five programs ready to air on U.S.
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