4X Award Winner

Nominated “Best Digital Studio”

Lovie Award Winner


Lost Generation

Cooper, a young American, comes to Berlin to find her missing friend but is soon drawn into the wild, seductive club scene he frequented. This lush musical series with original songs follows one year in the lives of a group of ex pats in Berlin’s kinetic music scene. Coming soon to go90.


Party Girl

Desperate times call for desperate measures, so Lisa, a 27-year-old in Los Angeles, is forced to take a job with a company that provides entertainment at birthday parties. It’s a ragtag group of outcasts, but thanks to their hard-partying ways, Lisa fits right in with them. Lisa postpones adulthood for as long as possible, until one of her co-workers falls for her and makes her question every decision she’s ever made. WATCH NOW ON FREEFORM.



16-year-old Isla Wallis receives the shock of her young life when she discovers that her real father is in prison for killing the mother she never knew. Furious at having been lied to, Isla runs away to the remote mining town where she was born. There, she learns of a series of horrific murders of First Nation women that may be tied to her mother’s death. With the help of Tina, a street-smart local, Isla starts to uncover the shocking truth behind these brutal crimes. Now, left for dead in the sub-zero wilderness, Isla will be pushed to the very edge — can she survive long enough to expose a dark secret that will shatter an entire town? WATCH THE FIRST EPISODE.


Mr. Student Body President

Tyler Prendergast (Jeremy Shada) is the most ambitious student body president in the history of Berenger High. With his Machiavellian chief of staff, Hadley (Arden Rose), Prendergast runs the school like a slick politician on Capitol Hill, as he maintains power by any means necessary. With ambitions ranging from throwing the greatest pep rally in school history, to finding his own “first lady,” to crushing his opponents (even innocent Freshman), Prendergast sets off political fireworks whenever he clashes with the new school principal (Christina Moore). If she thinks she can stand in his way, she’ll soon learn soon enough. School is now is session. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


Single By 30

During their Senior year of high school, Peter and Joanna made a pact to get married if they were still single by 30. After losing touch for 12 years, Joanna re-enters Peter’s life coincidentally at his 30th birthday party. Confronted with the unsettled reality of their lives, they decide to reinstate the pact to help each other improve their dating lives. WATCH THE OFFICIAL TRAILER.


Dr. Havoc’s Diary

Dr. Havoc’s Diary tracks the daily doings of Dr. Havoc, a mid-level industrious super-villain hell bent on taking over the world. Armed with his trusty photon laser and a healthy sense of cynicism, he battles an array of superheroes and secret agents, while the most intimidating foe of all waits at home for him: his wife. WATCH THE OFFICIAL TRAILER.



Linus (Craig Benzine) spends his days working on a software that predicts how popular a song will be with little human interaction. Reid (Jesse Pepe) spends his days beating on a drum kit trying to write a hit song to win back his ex. But when Linus’ boss threatens to fire him over his outdated algorithm, Linus partners up with his neighbor with one shared goal in mind: test the algorithm by writing a hit song. This unlikely duo are on a mission to fix the algorithm in order to save Linus’ job and Reid’s relationship. Together they work on their hit song while also learning much more along the way. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


I Ship It

After a devastating breakup, Ella Spencer enlists her roommate/best friend Tim to help her seek revenge on her ex. The two of them, along with a couple of coerced interns, form a band with hopes of taking down her ex-boyfriend in the Battle of the Bands nerd-rock contest. However, as budding romances among bandmates begin to escalate, Ella is forced to choose between her new-found musical success and her next relationship. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


Miss 2059

In the year 2059, beauty queen Victoria Young is tired of living in the shadow of her sister, a world famous military hero. But when Victoria is mistakenly beamed into space in her sister’s place, she finds herself representing Earth in a deadly galactic tournament with the fate of our world hanging in the balance. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.



Allison Lee, an aspiring DJ, decides to throw a warehouse party to celebrate her 25th birthday and attracts the attention of notorious club promoters, SvenAndSophie. But when the duo show up to Allison’s party to hear her set, Allison scrambles to make it the most epic of parties, only to have it all fall apart disastrously. Over her melting ice cream cake, Allison wishes for a do over and she gets one. More than one, she discovers, as she continues to wake up and relive her birthday over and over again until she can get the day right. As she aims to achieve her perfect day, Allison must face the hard reality that sometimes you can’t have it all. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


The Fourth Door

A 12-episode story of one woman’s journey (Monique Coleman) with a young boy named Colin that she protects as they navigate the strange and dangerous world of Limbo. On this journey, Lain must confront memories and monstrous fears to save herself and the man she loves. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures

Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures is a six-part original series where Oliver must navigate the mystical, surprising and sometimes dangerous world where there is never a quiet night and the monstrous guests can be a little high maintenance. “Oscar’s Hotel” transports its audience to a whimsical, fantastical universe where Oliver, a twenty-something manager’s assistant, finds himself as the temporary proprietor of his uncle’s magical hotel when Oscar leaves unexpectedly on cosmic council business. Oliver’s struggle to manage the hotel takes him on surreal adventures with its eccentric residents. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


Shitty Boyfriends

An 8-episode comedy series written and created by Jessica Cabot and executive produced by Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky, ‘Shitty Boyfriends’ is the story of Amanda, an intelligent feminist and talented cartoonist who has a lot of love to give but can’t get it together in the dating department. See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.


The Parallax Theory

The six-part drama follows Jonathan, a young physicist, who alone holds the knowledge of an imminent cataclysmic meteor strike. As he tirelessly warns the world of impending doom, he is ostracized by those who fear the truth, forcing him to choose between what may be a futile attempt to save humanity, or making the ultimate sacrifice for his family. Directed by Sawyer Hartman, starring Vincent Cyr and Thomas Francis Murphy (“True Detective”, “Salem”). See more at THE OFFICIAL SERIES SITE.



New Form partners with a wide range storytellers, both digital-native and traditional, to create the best in digital scripted originals.

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Chief Executive Officer

Kathleen Grace is the chief executive officer of New Form. She guides the company’s mission to become the next generation studio by driving all aspects of creating, distributing and marketing high-quality, scripted programming for today’s millennial audiences. As an experienced creator herself, Grace is uniquely qualified to deeply understand all aspects of the business. Grace was recently selected for Broadcasting & Cable’s 2017 “Digital All-Stars” list and Variety’s 2017 “Digital Entertainment Execs to Watch.”


Chief Operating Officer

JC Cangilla helms all business, operations and strategy for New Form. Cangilla oversees and executes distribution deals, partnership development, licensing agreements, operations, marketing, communications and legal for the studio. Leveraging New Form’s high-profile production partners and talent, Cangilla develops customized opportunities across multiple platforms that are redefining business models for digital video success.


EVP Originals & Development

Melissa Schneider leads all development and creative for New Form. With an extensive background in both digital and traditional media, Schneider seeks out and cultivates emerging digital talent, working with them to make burgeoning ideas a reality. These visions come to life in the form of pilots and series for the social media generation. Her creative approach to development deliver engaging scripted-stories that are unique to New Form.



VP Marketing

Jodi Flicker serves as the head of marketing for New Form, overseeing all brand and consumer marketing initiatives. Prior to joining New Form, Flicker was an executive marketing consultant for Warner Bros Digital after serving as VP, audience development in the Warner Bros Worldwide Television Marketing Group and as VP, marketing/audience development at CBS Interactive. Flicker has made a career specializing in emerging areas of consumer marketing.



General Counsel

Jessica Kantor is New Form’s general counsel, overseeing corporate strategic and tactical legal initiatives for the company. Kantor, who was featured on The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Gen 35 under 35 list, has been involved in some of the most interesting work in recent Hollywood history, having most recently served as Legendary’s vice president of business and legal affairs during a period of monster growth, overseeing legal strategy and business transactions for the studio’s development slate and global productions including Godzilla, 42, Pacific Rim, Krampus, Crimson Peak, and the upcoming Warcraft, The Great Wall, and Kong: Skull Island.



VP Programming

Sarah Malkin is VP, programming for content studio New Form. In this newly created role, Malkin oversees the development, production, and distribution of content on New Form-controlled outlets. Malkin will define a scripted content strategy for the studio on emerging distribution platforms and cultivate new partnerships to extend the brand. Malkin joins New Form from Maker Studios where she served in key executive roles as vice president of programming, general manager of Life+Style, and head of branded entertainment. Her leadership helped usher the company from start-up through hyper growth to eventual acquisition by Disney.


VP Finance

Bob Kilduff heads up finance for New Form, overseeing the accounting and planning functions of the business.  His 20+ years of experience has included finance roles with entertainment industry leaders such as WME|IMG, Universal Music Group, Viacom, Digital Domain, and Warner Bros. In addition, he has also held executive positions with technology start-ups Broadramp and D2 Software and began his professional career at Coopers & Lybrand. Bob has an undergraduate degree from UCLA and an MBA from Columbia Business School.


Executive in Charge of Production

Michael Potts oversees all production operations at entertainment studio, New Form. Day-to-day he works with the leadership, development and business teams to implement new processes and production efficiencies. In addition to that, Potts leads a team of producers to execute the creative vision on all New Form original content. Prior to joining New Form, Potts acted as Head of Production at Awesomeness. For the past eight years, he has run all production elements of the Oscar’s ABC Red Carpet Show.