Korin Huggins and Monique Nash Launch TV Production Company for Women

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Korin Huggins and Monique Nash, former executives at television and film production company Will Packer Productions, have joined forces to create Kronicle Media. The television production company will develop drama, comedy and unscripted content for broadcast, cable streaming, and digital platforms, according to a report from Deadline.

Huggins and Nash have secured a two-project development deal with ABC Signature Studios, one project titled Revival, that will take on help from writer and producer Josh Senter, known for Finding Carter and Chasing Life.

Kronicle Media will aim to produce diverse content for and about women. The second project will detail the friendships of four reunited sorority sisters.

“We saw a demand in the marketplace for female-centric content and felt this was the perfect time to capitalize on this, by creating a venture that would combine both our passion and producing experience.”Korin Huggins and Monique Nash

Huggins worked with Will Packer Productions since their founding in 2013 as head of television, and co-executive produced ABC’s Uncle Buck, NBC’s Truth Be Told and History Channel’s Roots reboot.

Nash, another Will Packer alum, served as the Director of Current Programming and Development and worked on shows such as Being Mary Jane, Uncle Buck, Truth Be Told and Roots.

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