SPACEMOB, which creates, produces and distributes streaming content and channels, today released a sampling of its extensive development slate currently being presented to various broadcast and streaming services.
“We’re incredibly excited about the opportunities we’re getting to pitch our development slate to the various streaming services and broadcast networks,” said Eric Keith, SPACEMOB’s Chief Content Officer.
The Consumer Technology Association projects $112 billion to be spent on streaming programming in 2021 generating high demand for projects like those being presented by SPACEMOB.
A few projects currently in development with SPACEMOB that are open for pitches includes:
A 22-minute scripted horror series. After another child quietly disappears from a small town, the local conspiracy theorist DJ comes clean with his neighbors that he might be the cause of everything bad in Gooddale. If his decade-spanning tales of insidious evil aren’t enough to wake the town up, then the next child who disappears might be his.
A 44-minute narrative period drama based on the book by Morgan Llywelyn
Abandoned by the man he thought was his father, a young Irish warrior joins the elite Red Branch of the king where he struggles to unravel the mystery of his true identity. His revelations could help him singlehandedly turn the tide of battle, or they could leave the kingdom in ruin.
A 44-minute reality dating series. Retired singles who are ready to mingle are brought together in a party pad that sets the stage for Golden Girls meets The Bachelor.
“In total, we have 30 projects in development plus a strong pipeline of additional projects we anticipate locking down in the coming months and making available to present to all interested parties,” Keith said.