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Former RDF creatives Rachel Arnold and Jon Green have joined Fulwell 73 to steer the transatlantic indie's formats slate.

Rachel Arnold and Jon Green, who set up Banijay label Definitely before moving to lead stablemate RDF’s creative team last year, will join Fulwell’s London office.

As creative directors, they will be tasked with developing the indie’s next generation of formats to join the likes of The Kardashians and Carpool Karaoke, a spin-off from The Late Late Show With James Corden.

Arnold has executive produced ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and Hell’s Kitchen and co-devised BBC1’s Let’s Dance for Comic Relief during a stint as Whizz Kid’s creative director.

Green’s executive producer credits include Channel 4’s Gemma Collins: Self Harm & Me, C5’s Million Pound… franchise and 5Star’s 999: Emergency Call Out. He has also held development roles at Spun Gold and the BBC.

Co-founder Leo Pearlman said: “Rachel and Jon’s creative partnership is an unrivalled powerhouse in the industry. They are simply amongst the most talented and seasoned television brains around.”

Meanwhile, Fulwell’s head of factual entertainment Murray James has been promoted to creative director for unscripted in a reshuffle that also upped head of unscripted Emma Conway to executive vice-president of unscripted programming.

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