Endemol Shine Australia

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Endemol Shine Australia Pty Ltd.
Subsidiary
Industry
  • Television production
Founded January 2010 (2010-01)
Headquarters Sydney, New South Wales
Key people
Carl Fennessy and Mark Fennessy (Joint CEOs)
Owner Endemol Shine Group
Website www.endemolshine.com.au

Endemol Shine Australia is Australia's largest production company and is a division of Shine Group.

Following an acquisition of shares, production company Endemol Australia merged with Shine Australia on July 26, 2015.

They produce multiple Australian television programs across many networks, including popular franchise MasterChef Australia.

History[edit]

In January 2010, Shine Australia was founded as a part of Shine Group, catering to the Australian and New Zealand market. It is jointly led by CEOs Mark Fennessy and Carl Fennessy, who had previously worked at FremantleMedia Australia and Crackerjack Productions.[1] Shine Australia is not to be mistaken for long serving entertainment and talent company Shine International Entertainment who own the registered trademark and have been operating in Australia since 1932.

On 24 February 2016, producer Imogen Banks began to head a new division of Endemol Shine Australia called EndemolShine Banks, which will be used for drama productions.[2]

Productions[edit]

     Programs with a shaded background indicate the program is still in production.

Title Network Years Notes
Junior MasterChef Australia Network Ten 2010–2011
Letters and Numbers SBS 2010–2012
The Biggest Loser Network Ten 2011–2017 Prior seasons produced by FremantleMedia Australia (2006–2010)
Australia's Next Top Model FOX8 2011–present Prior seasons produced by Granada Media Australia (2005–2010)
The Shire Network Ten 2012
The Voice Australia Nine Network 2012–present
MasterChef Australia Network Ten 2012–present Prior seasons produced by FremantleMedia Australia (2009–2011)
Location, Location, Location Australia Lifestyle Channel 2012
Beauty and the Geek Australia Seven Network 2012–2014 Prior seasons produced by Southern Star Group (2010–2011) and Endemol Southern Star (2009)
SlideShow Seven Network 2013
Embarrassing Bodies Down Under LifeStyle You 2013
MasterChef Australia: The Professionals Network Ten 2013
Wife Swap Australia LifeStyle You 2013
Aussie Pickers A&E 2013–2014
The Bachelor Australia Network Ten 2013–2015 Subsequent seasons produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production
The Voice: Kids Nine Network 2014
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Network Ten 2014 Prior seasons produced by FremantleMedia Australia (2008–2010)
INXS: Never Tear Us Apart Seven Network 2014 Telemovie
Living with the Enemy SBS 2014
The Face FOX8 2014
Catching Milat Seven Network 2015 Limited series
The Beautiful Lie ABC 2015
The Great Australian Spelling Bee Network Ten
Eleven
2015-2016
Shark Tank Australia Network Ten 2015-present
Gogglebox Australia Lifestyle Channel
Network Ten
2015-present
Brock Network Ten 2016
The Big Music Quiz Seven Network 2016
Australian Survivor Network Ten 2016-present Prior seasons produced by other production companies. In association with Castaway Television[3]
Married at First Sight Nine Network 2016-present Previous season produced by Nine Network
Australian Ninja Warrior Nine Network 2017-present
Blue Murder: Killer Cop Seven Network 2017
Wake in Fright Network Ten 2017 Co-produced with Lingo Pictures
Sisters Network Ten 2017
Family Food Fight Nine Network 2017-present
Look Me In The Eye [4] SBS 2017
The Wall Seven Network 2017
Pointless Network Ten 2018-present


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sweney, Mark (8 April 2009), "Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine to launch in Australia with Fremantle executives", The Guardian, London, retrieved 17 August 2012 
  2. ^ "Producer Imogen Banks signs new deal at Endemol Shine". TV Tonight. 
  3. ^ Knox, David (19 November 2015). "TEN Upfronts 2016: Survivor, Jessica Marais, Anh Do -and Nigella!". TV Tonight. Retrieved 19 April 2016. 
  4. ^ Ritchie, Kevin (18 October 2016). ""Look Me In The Eye" format heads to France, Australia". Realscreen. Retrieved 10 March 2017.