About - Kerfuffle TV
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What’s all the Kerfuffle about?

Kerfuffle TV is a brand new Indie based in Soho, London. Small in size but big in creative ambition, Kerfuffle TV is all about good ideas, fun formats and killer programmes – oh, and eventually, world domination…

Run by Steven D Wright, a well known industry figure responsible for generating more than £45m of programme commissions over the last few years.  Steven was recently named by Variety magazine as ‘one of the top 25 names in UK entertainment’ and now has several hundred primetime shows to his credit in almost every TV genre from Factual, Specialist Factual, Features, Factual Entertainment and Entertainment.

As C4’s first ever Commissioning Editor of Factual Entertainment, Steven was responsible for legendary documentaries like Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster, Bernard’s Bombay Dreams, The Showbiz Set and The Importance of Morrissey, award-winning formats like Make My Day, as well as Fact Ent classics like Top Ten TV, The 100 Worst Britons and Sex on TV among others.

In his five years as Creative Director at Shine, he generated over £35m of programming with numerous productions like The Most Annoying series (BBC3), Chavs (SKY1), The Simpsons Quiz (C4), Life and Death in Ancient Rome (SKY1), 100 Greatest Musicals (C4), The Story of Light Entertainment (BBC2), Comedy Songs (BBC4), Abi Titmuss: A Modern Day Morality Tale (C4) and The 1970s: That Was the Decade That Was (C5) amongst others…

As Creative Director at Carbon he devised and brought in programmes as diverse as The Noughties: Was That It? (BBC3) How to Be Famous (E4) and Gleeful: The Truth about Show Choirs (E4), Naked Britain (Sky1), Body Language Secrets (Sky1), Bush Pilots (Dave) and dating series The Love Bus (C5). Whilst at JA Digital as Head of Factual Entertainment, he landed several programmes including 50 Shocking Facts about Diet and Exercise (C5), The Truth about Bikini Bodies (C5) and Grace Dent Meets George RR Martin (SKY Atlantic). Whilst as Creative Director at Whizz Kid, he was responsible for the worldwide reality hit Ex on the Beach (MTV)…

Kerfuffle TV aims to service all the major Broadcasters both in the UK and internationally, creating top class programmes for all the major networks, as well as content for brands, advertisers and digital channels.