FremantleMedia UK producer Boundless has appointed a managing director to replace Patrick Holland, who is to become head of documentary commissioning at the BBC.
The BBC recently hired Holland as one of three new commissioning editors sought after a restructure. He will remain in the post until joining the UK pubcaster later this year.
Wyatt joined Boundless a year ago from Mentorn Media, where she was director of programmes and, prior to that, head of factual and features.
“Hannah has been with the label for over a year, and has established herself as a real asset to Boundless,” said FremantleMedia UK interim CEO Richard Holloway.
“She brings a great deal of experience and creativity to the role, and will be integral to the future growth of the label.”
Boundless produces shows such as Channel 4’s Grand Designs and Four Rooms, BBC One’s version of The Apprentice and Sky Living’s British remake of Australian culinary competition show My Kitchen Rules.
“The team here are terrific and really creative so I’m looking forward to working with them and continuing to build on the success of the company.”