Jupiter Entertainment has entered into an overall co-production deal with veteran producer Chris Deaux and his Two Fifteen West Entertainment.
Deaux will create, develop and produce unscripted programming to be co-produced with Jupiter. Deaux and his team will be based in Los Angeles and work closely with New York-based Allison Wallach, president of Jupiter.
Deaux is a veteran developer and executive producer who has developed and created a string of successful formats, game shows, docuseries and premium documentaries, including The Rap Game (Lifetime), Atlanta Plastic (Lifetime), Hogs Gone Wild (Discovery), Rods N’ Wheels (Discovery), Married with Secrets (ID), King of Cones (Food Network) and Trading Spaces (TLC).
“Chris has a great eye for breakout talent,” said Wallach. “He will be a huge asset as we continue to diversify our development portfolio and grow our slate of talent led projects.”
Deaux added: “As Two Fifteen West expands, it’s imperative to align ourselves with the best in the business, and Jupiter’s prolific and talented team is just that. From development to post, they are well respected and highly regarded across the board. Their incredible infrastructure is the perfect fit as we continue to ramp up production, bringing our slate to series.”