Eureka Productions president Eden Gaha latest to exit ‘Holey Moley’ firm

Eden Gaha

Eureka Productions president Eden Gaha is the latest to exit the Fremantle-backed Australian-American label this week, departing after just over a year in the role.

Gaha’s departure comes just a day after Nick Contino, VP of development and programming at the firm behind Holey Moley and Farmer Wants A Wife, announced that he was leaving due to restructuring at the company.

Former Endemol Shine North America exec Gaha joined last year to lead on US expansion, but is now departing to return to producing and showrunning.

Gaha founded Mother Media Group in 2017, working on shows such as All Or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks for Prime Video and also served as showrunner on Eureka’s Frogger for Peacock.

Before that, he was president of unscripted television for Endemol Shine North America, where he was behind MasterChef for Fox, NBC’s The Biggest Loser and Hunted for CBS, among numerous others.

Founded in 2016 and led by co-CEOs Chris Culvenor and Paul Franklin, Eureka is behind shows including Farmer Wants A Wife and The Real Dirty Dancing for Fox, The Mole and Dating Around for Netflix, Holey Moley for ABC, The Real Love Boat for CBS, and Full Bloom and Finding Magic Mike for HBO Max.

“We are hugely grateful to Eden for all he has done in his role as president. He is leaving Eureka’s US business in better shape than ever, with multiple upcoming productions for major networks and platforms, and a phenomenal development slate, more on which we hope to announce soon,” said Culvenor.

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