Eleven, the London based TV indie, has appointed ITV Drama Commissioner Jane Hudson as its new Executive Producer – Drama.

Hudson joins Eleven after four years at ITV.

She joined ITV as Head of Drama Series overseeing productions such as The Secret, The Loch, Midsomer Murders, Vera, Coronation Street, Bancroft and Emmerdale.

“Jane’s energy for drama is infectious," said Eleven founders Joel Wilson and Jamie Campbell.  "She’s a formidable executive with a brilliant insight into storytelling – we’ve loved working with her during her time at ITV and can’t wait to welcome her to Eleven."

Hudson was formerly at Kudos, where she produced series including Law and Order UK and Hustle. Prior to joining Kudos in 2010, she produced two series of Waterloo Road for Shed Media, and two series of Robin Hood for Tiger Aspect. 
Eleven is developing projects with UK broadcasters including Sky, the BBC and Channel 4.  The company recently produced E4/eOne comedy series Gap Year which was sold to Hulu in the U.S. 

The company previously produced The Enfield Haunting for Sky in the UK and Hulu and A&E in the U.S.  It received investment from Channel 4’s Indie Growth Fund in 2015.

Jamie Campbell and Joel Wilson launched Eleven in 2006.  The company’s credits include Cast Offs (Channel 4), and drama series Glue (E4).

Staff Reporter

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