Portman Kids, a subsidiary of distributor Digital Rights Group, has sold its comedy sketch show Sorry, I’ve Got No Head to a raft of international broadcasters.
The company has sold the series, which airs on CBBC in the UK, to broadcasters including Nickelodeon in Germany and Benelux and Canadian commercial network CTV.
This follows a deal with Nickelodeon Australia, who came on board to finance the second series of the sketch comedy, which will air later this year.
The show, which is produced by Graham Norton’s production company So Television and was created by head of development Jeremy Salsby, features a cast of comedians including Marcus Brigstocke and was pitched as a children’s version of Little Britain or The Catherine Tate Show.
British public broadcaster the BBC has also commissioned a third season of the series.