In brief: Gary R. Carter joins Minority VR; Collision Course heads to Reelz

MinorityVR appoints the former co-CEO of Endemol Shine Group as senior creative and strategic advisor, Teletubbies (pictured) heads to season two, plus more news.
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Muse’s Collision Course headed to Reelz
Muse Entertainment Factual’s Collision Course, which has been ordered by Reelz, has entered into production. The docu-series (6 x 60 minutes) investigates theories and controversies surrounding well-known celebrity car, airplane and motorcycle crashes. Some crashes the series will delve into include Harrison Ford’s recent plane crash, the six-car pile-up that severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and the many car (and ATV) crashes of Justin Bieber. Collision Course is distributed by Muse Distribution International.

Gary R. Carter joins MinorityVR
Gary R. Carter, former co-CEO at Endemol Shine Group, chairman at Shine Group and COO/CCO at Fremantle Media Group, has joined MinorityVR as senior creative and strategic advisor. The news comes on the heels of the Montreal-based company’s recent partnership with A&E Networks. MinorityVR recently launched three VR first person point-of-view experiences as companion pieces to A&E Networks’ Fall Into Me online dramatic series. Each experience puts viewers into the body of the series’ protagonist, and be watched on Samsung Gear VR or YouTube 360. MinorityVR is also presenting at the Telefilm Canada/Canada Media Fund panel at  MIPTV this week, discussing new developments in VR in Canada.

Teletubbies heads to season two
DHX Media’s rebooted Teletubbies is headed to a second season, with U.K. production company Darrall Macqueen set to produce 60 more episodes of the preschool series. The first season has been sold into multiple international territories, including Gulli in FranceABC Kids in Australia and Nickelodeon in the U.S.