Deaux’s unscripted TV credits include Lifetime series The Rap Game and Plastic Atlanta for Lifetime, King of Cones for Food Network and Rods N’ Wheels for Discovery.
The deal with eOne will see Deaux develop and produce reality shows, with eOne selling the finished shows and formats internationally.
“[Chris] has an established track record for identifying striking stories and concepts, and producing successful projects with unique perspectives, and we are eager to join forces with him to bring a slate of innovative, talent-driven projects to audiences,” said Tara Long, executive VP of US alternative programming, eOne Television.
“This is an extremely exciting time to be a content creator and I am thrilled to be launching Two Fifteen West in association with a company as well regarded and successful as Entertainment One,” added Deaux.
The producer set up Two Fifteen after a stint at Intuitive Entertainment. Before that he was at prodcos including Film Garden Entertainment.
eOne’s reality slate includes US series Nellyville, It’s A Mann’s World, Sisters With Voices and Born Without Limbs.