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Kristen Campo launches content-backed production company Endeavor – The Hollywood Reporter


Kristen Campo pushes further into the world of production.

The former TV executive vice president of Chernin launched her own production company, Campout Productions, and renewed her first contract with Endeavor Content. Additionally, Campo hired FilmNation’s Hannah Getts to serve as Vice President of Development and Production at Campout.

“My long-standing relationship with Endeavor Content is truly meaningful, and I couldn’t ask for better partners,” Campo said. “I’m excited to continue developing compelling premium programming for years to come.”

This is Campo’s second contract with Endeavor Content, where she also serves as executive producer of the Hulu/Onyx Collective series. The parcel, the limited series starring Mahershala Ali that landed on the streamer following a bidding war at multiple outlets. Campo also teamed up with Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories to pick The Latecomer for television. Campo also has developments underway at Apple, Netflix, Starz, HBO Max, and Amazon. Outside of her Endeavor Content deal, she’s the executive producer of Netflix. Partner path and Showtime The L word: Generation Q.

“Kristen has been integral to our success since we first started working with her nearly five years ago,” said Joe Hipps, executive vice president of television at Endeavor Content. “She is a beloved member of the extended Endeavor Content family, and we look forward to continuing to create captivating series with the passion she exemplifies in everything she does.”

Campo previously served as executive vice president of television at Chernin Entertainment, where she produced Apple The truth must be told and those of Netflix Bombay Begums. Prior to that, she was a partner at Fabrik Entertainment and worked on series including The comedians and The slaughter.

For its part, Getts has developed Hulu’s The Stephanies, among other things, during his time at FilmNation’s TV division. Before starting there in 2015, she worked in CAA’s cinematic lighting department.

Campo’s Campout team also includes Phoebe Mandel.