Sarah Doole to Step Down as CEO of ‘It’s a Sin’ Producer Red

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StudioCanal said Monday that Sarah Doole is to step down as CEO of Red Production Company, its prolific Manchester-based TV banner that has produced shows including It’s a Sin, Years and Years, Happy Valley and Queer as Folk.

Doole will leave Red after less than two year at the helm. She joined Red in September 2020 as the replacement for founding CEO Nicola Shindler. Instead, the executive will concentrate on Sow the Seed, the incubator she established in 2020 and focusing on underrepresented voices.

StudioCanal announced that it is now forming a team to manage Red during this “periods of transition.” Francoise Guyonnet (executive managing director TV series) and Alex Hamilton (U.K. CEO) will support the team.

” I would like to thank Sarah Doole at Red Production Company for her hard work,” stated Anna Marsh, StudioCanal CEO. “I wish her all of the best in her future endeavors. Red will continue to receive the full support from StudioCanal so that together we can continue to bring to public hit shows such as It’s A Sin Ridley Road Years .. Red is a key part of StudioCanal and we are excited about its future.

Red currently works on the Amazon Prime Video adaptation Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys ,, with Malachi Kirby playing the lead.

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