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LONDON — Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, the creative duo behind hit TV comedy series and movie franchise “The Inbetweeners,” have set up a new film and television production company, Fudge Park.

Joining Morris and Beesley as co-founders are Simon Wilson, Phil Gilbert, Mark Lesbirel and Leo Martin. Morris and Beesley previously helmed production company Bwark.

Fudge Park has already secured TV commissions from U.K. broadcasters the BBC and Channel 4, with further details to be announced shortly. A slate of comedy films is also under development, which Morris and Beesley will produce, write and direct.

A distribution and development deal has also been agreed with BBC Worldwide, which will handle the global sales of Fudge Park’s finished TV programs and formats.

Morris and Beesley commented: “We’re very sad to have left Bwark behind us, but we’re incredibly excited about our future. With the formation of our new company Fudge Park we’re pleased to be expanding our creative output with the help of our new partners. We look forward to announcing our commissions shortly, which will give you a real flavor of the projects you can expect from Fudge Park.”