Korin Huggins launches production company to tackle diversity

“We created Kronicle Media out of our desire to tell stories for and about women from diverse perspectives,” says Huggins the former Head of TV for Will Packer Prods.

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Korin Huggins (pictured above) and producing partner Monique Nash have launched Kronicle Media, an independent production company based in Los Angeles that will develop drama, comedy and unscripted content.

Among its first projects, the new venture has signed a two-script development deal with ABC Signature Studios from writer, producer Josh Senter (“Finding Carter,” “Chasing Life”) for the one-hour drama, “Revival,” whose logline is currently under wraps. Additional development projects include a drama centered around the friendships between four sorority sisters who are reunited under mysterious circumstances, starring and executive produced by rap/hip hop legend and actress MC Lyte along with producing partner Lynn Richardson under their Sunni Gyrl banner.

“We created Kronicle Media out of our desire to tell stories for and about women from diverse perspectives.  We saw a demand in the marketplace for female-centric content and felt this was the perfect time to capitalize on this, by creating a venture that would combine both our passion and producing experience.  We’re excited to dive in and make TV magic,” said Korin Huggins and Monique Nash on the company which plans to create content for broadcast, cable and streaming networks and digital platforms.

Emmy-nominated producer Huggins oversaw Will Packer Productions’ television division under its first overall deal with Universal Television, from the company’s inception in 2013 until 2017 and served as co-executive producer on ABC’s “Uncle Buck,” NBC’s “Truth Be Told” and the History/A&E/Lifetime re-imagining of the miniseries “Roots.”

Nash served as Director, Current Programming & Development at Will Packer Productions, working on “Being Mary Jane,” “Uncle Buck,” “Truth Be Told” and “Roots.” Her earlier roles include Manager, Current Programming at FOX Network, where she worked on “Bones,” “The Simpsons,” “Back to You,” and “The Sarah Connor Chronicles.”

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