ABC Family Gets ‘Kicked Out’

Jun 9, 2005  •  Post A Comment

ABC Family has ordered a half-hour reality series where slacking 20-somethings are booted from their homes and into the real world. Eight episodes have been ordered of “Kicked Out,” which is produced by High Noon Entertainment.

High Noon is a new banner that encompasses three Denver-based production companies: Rocket Pictures, High Noon Productions and Great Divide Pictures. The company claims to have orders for about 500 production hours this year.

In addition to “Kicked Out,” High Noon also received renewals on Stripped (Style, 13 episodes), “Food Network Challenge” (Food Network, 13 episodes), “Unwrapped” (Food Network, 26 episodes), “Generation Renovation” (HGTV, 26 episodes) and others.

“By establishing High Noon Entertainment our goal is to build a strong marquee brand that will become synonymous with story-driven, non-scripted reality entertainment reflecting the extraordinary stories of ordinary people,” said CEO Jim Berger. “Joining forces we will be in a better position to attract new talent, both in front of and behind-the-camera as well as potential new network partners.”