SISTER, the media group co-founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Jane Featherstone and Stacey Snider, has unveiled a creative partnership with and taken a significant stake in new TV and tech entertainment company Yes Yes Media.Yes Yes, an unscripted entertainment venture, is founded by broadcaster and format developer Richard Bacon, who has presented "The Big Breakfast" and "Top of the Pops" and created formats "The Hustler," hosted by Craig Ferguson (ABC), "This Is My House" (BBC1) and "I Literally Just Told You,"...
Locksmith Animation, SISTER
Co-Founder / Executive Chairman
Murdoch’s slate for TV heavyweight Sister, launched in partnership with Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone in 2019, produced an ample crop of shows in 2022, including “This Is Going to Hurt” (BBC 1/AMC), starring Ben Whishaw, and season two of crime drama “Gangs of London” (Sky/AMC). However, Murdoch is also intent on making Sister just as big of a film player with Snider’s expertise. The prodco is partnering with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin on a Bee Gees movie for Paramount, which Lorene Scafaria (“Hustlers”) just boarded as director, and is also producing one of two films Dan Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”) is helming for Netflix as he takes on directing for the first time. Sister also has “Blue Bayou” director Justin Chon’s buddy pic “Night Riders” set up at Amazon. In addition to Sister, Murdoch still chairs Locksmith Animation, which made 20th Century’s “Ron’s Gone Wrong” in 2021.