Milojo Productions is Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ SoHo based production company. It began with the Emmy-nominated feature documentary “The Streak” for ESPN which 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 2010, hosted by Ripa. Their next documentary, 'Off the Rez,' with filmmaker Jonathan Hock, premiered at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. That project aired on TLC later that year. Milojo also produced a pilot for Lifetime and an exciting documentary series for E! entitled 'Dirty Soap' followed by the series 'Cheer' for CMT in 2012. They also produced two political specials for LOGO hosted by Wanda Sykes as well as a dance based project for VH1. Their latest documentary will have a festival premiere in 2014. The company is also producing an exciting web series entitled 'Unstoppable Moms'.

Starting in 2011, Milojo entered the scripted space with the sale of 'Port Love' to ABC. Since then the company has formed a partnership with ABC Studios and has sold three comedies to ABC within the past year.

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

Milojo is named after the first two letters of Mark & Kelly's three children's names:

Michael, Lola and Joaquin

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