Simon Lloyd

Simon Lloyd

Our House Media builds out its unscripted biz

With its first U.K. copro under its belt and a raft of recent greenlights, CEO Simon Lloyd talks expanding the Toronto prodco’s international operations.

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OHM expands into U.S. with development office

Our House Media has opened an office in Brooklyn and tapped Cat Hoskin (pictured, right) to serve as U.S. director of development. (Left: OHM CEO and co-founder Simon Lloyd.)


Peter Sussman joins Our House Media board

Sussman will serve as non-executive chair of the board of the Toronto-based company headed by Simon Lloyd and Joe Houlihan.

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Our House Media’s blueprint for international markets

With five series put into production this year and a recent pickup from Investigation Discovery, Simon Lloyd discusses the strategy behind the prodco’s first year of business.

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Blue Ant renews two Our House Media series

Paranormal Survivor will live to see a second season on T+E, while Backroad Bounty (pictured) will return to Cottage Life in the fall.

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Million Dollar View is money for W Network

Production is underway on the high-end real estate series from Our House Media, the new shingle from former Cineflix execs Simon Lloyd (pictured) and Joe Houlihan.

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Blue Ant Media inks distribution deal with Our House Media

The broadcaster’s distribution arm will handle content from Simon Lloyd (pictured) and Joe Houlihan’s production shingle.


Corus, Scripps get Cabin Fever from Cineflix

Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever follows the actors (pictured) and their four kids as they renovate an Ontario lakeside cottage.

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Cineflix Media scales back in Canada, boosts U.K. and U.S. production

A corporate restructuring will see Toronto unscripted toppers Simon Lloyd (pictured) and Joe Houlihan leave at the end of the year to form their own company, as programming development shifts more to Los Angeles and London.

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U.S. cable net Style asks Cineflix to Keep the Party Moving

The NBCUniversal cable network is adding the “progressive dinner” competition series, to be produced by Cineflix Productions, to its development slate.


Shaw Media’s Andrew Akman lands at Cineflix Media

The veteran broadcast executive (pictured) will fill the newly-created position of COO, managing day-to-day operations at the fast-growing indie TV producer.

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Cineflix takes flight with Air Aces

Cineflix CEO Simon Lloyd talks about putting together the six-part one-hour series, commissioned by History Television Canada and Military Channel in the U.S.