EXCLUSIVE: Black mirror Producer Louise Sutton has quietly teamed up with Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones at their new Netflix-backed production company Broke And Bones after a two-year stint at Lime Pictures.
Deadline understands that Sutton joined Broke And Bones last year as an executive producer and is already developing a series for Netflix. She was previously the Chief Drama and YA at Lime, which does shows including Netflix Free kidney and Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.
Prior to joining Lime, Sutton worked on season 4 of Black mirror, producing USS Callister and Metalhead. His other credits include Death in paradise, Midsomer murders, and Jekyll and Hyde.
His arrival at Broke And Bones shows the company’s ambition as it develops a list of Netflix shows after debuting for the streamer, Death to 2020. Broke And Bones also hired People do nothing producer Jon Petrie helmed the comedy last year.
The fidgetcube revealed last July that Netflix had invested in Broke And Bones as part of a first-of-its-kind deal for the streamer in the UK. Netflix could eventually take full control of the company in a deal that could end up being valued at $ 100 million.