‘Lego Masters’ Maker Tuesday’s Child Buys Controlling Stake In ‘Singletown’ Producer

Lego Masters producer Tuesday’s Child has acquired a controlling stake in compatriot British indie Interstellar. Founded in 2020, Interstellar is

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entertainment format Lego Masters, which is makes in the UK for Channel 4 and co-produces in the U.S. for Fox. Interstellar was founded by Managing Director David

Williams and Creative Director Jamie Ormerod and has produced a string of hit shows including Singletown for ITV2, Question Team for Dave and Show Me The Honey! for

CBBC. Both companies have backing from Greenbird Media, the London-based indie producer incubator that itself is currently up for sale. Interstellar was created in

2020 after Greenbird’s parent Keshet International split its UK scripted and unscripted assets. Following this deal, financial details of which weren’t disclosed,

Interstellar founders David Williams and Jamie Ormerod will continue to lead the company, with Tuesday’s Child founder and CEO Karen Smith. She’ll work closely with the company on

its slate and providing access to its production bases in London, Glasgow and Cardiff.