EXCLUSIVE: Veteran TV producer Kristen Campo launched her own production shingle Campout Productions and renewed her first-look deal with Endeavor Content.
Under her Endeavor Content deal, Campo is executive producing alongside Layne Eskridge, Know Wonder and Abby Ajayi on the recently announced eight-episode limited drama. The parcel for Disney’s Onyx Collective/Hulu based on the novel of the same name by Jean Hanff Korelitz.
Campo recently expanded his relationship with Hanff Korelitz with the option of his latest work, The Latecomeralongside Made Up Stories by producer Bruna Papandrea in partnership with Endeavor Content.
Then, thanks to his agreement, Campo The Lazarus Filesbased on the novel Stephanie Lazarus by Matthew McGough alongside Anonymous Content, and crime thriller Him and her based on the novel by Alice Feeney alongside Jessica Chastain’s Freckle Films.
Additionally, Campo has established high profile development projects at Apple, Netflix, Starz, HBO Max, and Amazon. Apart from her contract with EC, Campo is currently an executive producer. Partner path for Netflix and The L word: Generation Q for Show Time.
“My long-standing relationship with Endeavor Content is truly meaningful, and I couldn’t ask for better partners,” Campo said in a statement to Deadline. “I’m excited to continue developing compelling premium programming for years to come.”
Joe Hipps, EVP, Television, Endeavor Content, added, “Kristen has been integral to our success since we began working with her nearly five years ago. She’s a beloved member of the extended Endeavor Content family, and we look forward to continuing to create captivating series with the passion she exemplifies in everything she does.
Campo hired television executive Hannah Getts to run her Campout Productions banner as vice president, development and production.
Getts most recently worked at FilmNation Entertainment in their TV division where she oversaw the development of several projects which included The Stephaniesin development at Hulu and ABC Signature, and television adaptations by Isabel Allende The house of the spirits, and the National Book Award-winning novel by Susan Choi Confidence exercise. Before joining FilmNation in 2015, Getts worked in CAA’s film literature department.
The Campout Productions team also includes Phoebe Mandel, who will work closely with Campo and Getts.
Campo previously served as executive vice president of the television department at Chernin Entertainment, where she oversaw the development and production of the company’s television slate. Campo was also a producer during the first seasons of Apple TV+ The truth must be told and To seewhich are both produced by Endeavor Content as well as the Netflix drama series Bombay Begums.
Prior to Chernin Entertainment, Campo was a partner at FABRIK Entertainment, where she led production and development.