The 12x30mins series, which first broadcast on Seven Network, has also sold to SBS in the Netherlands, TV4 in Sweden and A+E Networks in Poland, Romania, Greece, Cyprus and Africa.
This comes after the show’s distributor, TCB Media Rights, scored a deal to represent three series and a one-off special from Seven Networks Productions’ catalogue.
“It’s a show like Surveillance, which is attractive to mainstream audiences across the world, that broadcasters hunt for and distributors cherish. They offer a robust appeal and tend to be evergreen in shelf life,” said TCB CEO Paul Heaney.
In a further deal with New Zealand’s 2B Media, TCB has secured distribution rights to two seasons of TVNZ reality show Rescue Code:1 (pictured) and immediately sold it to UKTV.
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