A+E Networks has closed a raft of programming deals ahead of MIPCOM.
The international distribution arm of the US cable network group has sold series including Dance Moms, Pawn Stars, Cajun Justice and Monster In-Laws to broadcasters across Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Dance Moms has been acquired by TV2 (Norway), Lifestyle Network (Philippines) and in Hungary to FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2.
Pawn Stars has been sold to VTM (Belgium), GMA Networks (Philippines) and in the Netherlands to SBS 6, Net 5 and Veronica.
Cajun Justice has been bought by Canal D in French-speaking Canada and TV2 (Norway).
Meanwhile, the distributor has also sold Monster In-Laws to TV2 (Norway), to SBS 6, Net 5 and Veronica in the Netherlands and FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2 in Hungary.
“We are pleased to be announcing a breadth of worldwide sales fueled by our top-rated, character-driven series and our dynamic lineup of Lifetime Original Movies,” said Marielle Zuccarelli, MD, international content sales for A+E Networks. “MIPCOM is one of the most important markets of the year for us, and we look forward to continuing this success at the market and through year-end.”
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23 February 2018 @ 18:01:34 UTC