Lime Pictures is delighted to announce that hit American TV show, The Singles Project, has won an Emmy for Creative Achievement in Interactive Media in Multiplatform Storytelling. Bravo, Goodbye and Lime Pictures will all receive recognition as all three companies will receive the award. The programme was America's first real-time dating docuseries and featured a group of young singles living in New York who have professional success and in search for “The One”. The format was designed to give viewers the unprecedented opportunity to interact with a TV show, to give their opinion on individual cast members and their dates via Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and other social media. The series was produced for Bravo by All3Media America, Goodbye Pictures and Lime Pictures. Executive Producers include Kate Little, Claire Poyser, Derek McLean and co-exec Phil Harris from Lime Pictures along with Eli Holzman and Stephen Lambert from AllMedia, Rich Bye from Goodbye Pictures and John Platt as Executive Producer and Showrunner.
Phil Harris, Executive Producer, Lime Pictures said: “Lime has been at the cutting edge of social media storytelling with shows like The Only Way Is Essex and Young Free And Single: Live – and this award is a fantastic nod to that expertise. We have more multi-platform formats in development for later this year and next.”
Derek McLean, Head of Non- Scripted, Lime Pictures said: "We are thrilled to win Lime's first ever Emmy. This award is testament to the incredible ambition and vision of Bravo and the amazing work of our fabulous team stateside."
The awards ceremony took place at the Microsoft Theatre in LA on Saturday 12th September.