The film body has made its first investment with the deal, via the UK Creative Content Eis Fund, which it launched earlier this summer in association with Calculus Capital and Stargrove Pictures.
This comes after Deadline revealed that Wonderhood Studios, launched last year by former Channel 4 CEO and ex-TLC U.S. boss Abraham, scored its first two commissions with the BBC.
It is making Eat The Years, starring celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal, and Trump In Tweets for the BBC and has also scored commissions with C4 as well as a BBC One project in advanced development.
Wonderhood’s advertising studio also recently created a campaign recognising the contribution of black players to England’s football team for Nike.
Abraham said, “Wonderhood is a new generation creative business focused on innovative content that impacts on culture.