Milojo Productions is Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ SoHo based production company. It is named after the first two letters of Mark & Kelly's three children's names: Michael, Lola and Joaquin.

The company began with the Emmy-nominated feature documentary “The Streak” for ESPN, which told the compelling story of a Florida high school wrestling team with an extraordinary 34-year winning streak. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008. In addition, Milojo had a first-look development deal with TLC and Discovery, and premiered the docu-series “Masters of Reception” in 2009. Following that, the company launched a country-wide search for female inventors and premiered “Homemade Millionaire” on TLC in fall 2010, hosted by Ripa. They also were thrilled to announce that their film 'Off the Rez,' with filmmaker Jonathan Hock, was accepted to the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. That project aired on TLC later that year. Milojo produced a pilot for Lifetime, as well as an exciting documentary series for CMT entitled 'Cheer,' which premiered in September 2012 and received critical acclaim. During the fall of 2012, the company also produced several in-studio election specials on LOGO, with Wanda Sykes hosting.

Their latest series is airing on LOGO, “Secret Guide to Fabulous Living.” And the company also released a new documentary, “American Cheerleader”, which follows the competitive world of high-school cheerleading. They have additional non-scripted projects in the early stages of production, as well as digital projects in production and development. Two of those digital projects, “Unstoppable Moms” and “La Familia De Hoy,' have premiered online in recent months. Another digital project in the beginning stages of production is “30 Things” for Conde Nast Entertainment.

In addition, Milojo has sold four scripted projects to ABC and has partnered with several successful comedy writers to develop various projects. They are currently developing a musical comedy for ABC Family.

Their recent collaboration with Will Ferrell's company Funny or Die entitled 'The Bensonhurst Spelling Bee' went viral.

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