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Oz, NZ deals for TCB

mega yachtsBroadcasters in Australia and New Zealand have acquired programming from UK-based distributor TCB Media Rights.

Network Nine in Australia and Mediaworks, which operates New Zealand’s TV3, have bought Middlechild Productions’ 41 Dogs in My Home; Love Me, Love My Cats, which looks at the fanatical world of extreme pet ownership; and Icon Films’ Mega-Yachts (pictured), which looks at the designers, builders and buyers of the huge seafaring ships.

Australia’s SBS has bought Arrow Media’s 60-minute doc Inside Jaguar: Building the Car that Money Can’t Buy, while the ABC has taken the second season of Age Gap Love and Network Seven has bought Caught on Dashcam, which comes from Worldmark Films and TCB.

ITV monarchy series Royal Secrets, from TVT Productions, has been presold to pay TV platforms Foxtel and Sky TV. The former has also bought Combat Dealers, while the latter Woodcut Media’s Combat Trains, Like A Shot Entertainment’s Medieval Murder Mysteries, Medieval Dead and Forbidden Histories.

TVNZ has also bought Caught on Dashcam, plus Britespark Films-produced Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords.