We originate, develop and produce outstanding scripted shows for the global audience. Our recent credits include Peaky Blinders (BBC/Netflix), Domina (MGM+/Sky), Litvinenko (ITV/Viaplay), Bad Education (BBC) and Man Like Mobeen (BBC).
Established by Peter Bennett-Jones in 1993, Tiger Aspect has an unsurpassable track record in delivering iconic television. From Mr Bean to The Vicar of Dibley, Peaky Blinders to our upcoming series Three Little Birds, our enthusiasm, passion and advocacy for the talent we work with underpins everything we do.
Running alongside both the third and fourth series of Guz Khan’s BAFTA-nominated ‘Man Like Mobeen’, the Man Like Mobeen Trainee Programme offers paid entry-level production jobs to applicants from under-represented backgrounds living in the West Midlands. Trainees take on behind the scenes roles across a range of departments such as Costume, Makeup, Camera, Sound, Art, and Production on the critically acclaimed series.
WildChild is an organisation dedicated to creating social mobility across the arts, supporting young creatives to develop and voice their opinions. WriteWild and WildVision are two schemes for writers and directors respectively where they are provided with bespoke mentorship, resources, development sessions and opportunities to further their careers. Tiger is delighted to help support their work and in 2022 successful candidates joined the ‘Bad Education’ team taking part in the writer’s room and shadowing the director on set. We have no doubt this exciting group will go on to become the next generation of creatives.
Screen Yorkshire began ScriptEd to challenge the lack of diversity amongst Script Editors in the UK. The programme is designed to provide training and industry insight to equip participants with skills and knowledge to further their career in Script Editing. Tiger Aspect welcomed two of this year’s candidates for a two-week placement where they took part in the writer’s room for the upcoming season of Bad Education as well as reading and reported on submitted scripts. During their time candidates also had the opportunity to meet with script editors and writers contributing to feedback sessions on projects currently in development.
Tiger joined forces with North East Screen Comedy Hot House to uncover and help train the best scripted comedy development and producing talent in the region. Co-founded by scripted comedy executive Emma Lawson and chief executive Alison Gwynn, North East Screen Comedy Hot House is a first of its kind comedy cooperative supporting the next generation of comedy talent. The North East Screen Comedy Hot House aims to bring the comedy community in the North East together, encourage creativity, partnership working and sharing of knowledge and networks. Over the course of a six-week placement, two trainee Development Producers shadowed and learned from the in-house comedy development team at Tiger Aspect.