Roku Greenlights Keanu Reeves & Gard Hollinger Docuseries


Roku has greenlit the new docuseries The Arch Project (w.t.), starring friends and longtime collaborators Keanu Reeves and Gard Hollinger, co-founders of ARCH Motorcycle.

Throughout the series, Reeves and Hollinger seek to discover where human creativity and ingenuity come from by finding and telling the stories of those whose ideas and achievements they admire. They will meet with various innovators and artists to learn how their views help fuel them to shape and change the world.

Reeves and Hollinger themselves are dedicated to innovation, having founded ARCH Motorcycle in 2011 to challenge the perception of what an American motorcycle could be. Every ARCH motorcycle is bespoke to its owner and built from an obsession for innovative design, engineering excellence and dedication to the rider.

The docuseries is being produced by Venture 10 Studio Group, with Sharon Trojan Hollinger, Hollinger, Reeves, John Stevens and Brian Skope executive producing. Rick De Oliveira serves as a consulting executive producer.

“Through a genuine drive to better understand human creativity, Gard Hollinger and Keanu Reeves will bring audiences a series that inspire us all to dream bigger and bolder,” said Sean Boyle of Roku Originals. “We’re proud to partner with Sharon, Gard, Keanu and Venture 10 Studio Group on this one-of-a-kind docuseries for audiences to enjoy for free on The Roku Channel.”

Hollinger and Reeves said, “Our goal in creating this show is to explore the answers to the question, ‘Where does human creativity and ingenuity come from?’ We’ve sought out artists, innovators and creators whose stories we hope will inspire viewers to find answers that help unlock their own creativity.”

“Roku immediately understood and supported what we wanted to accomplish with The Arch Project,” added executive producer Stevens. “The collaboration has been amazing, and we are excited to launch this truly unique series together.”