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Twofour racks up Oz and Kiwi sales

The DinerUK-based Twofour Rights has shopped a raft of programming to buyers in Australia and New Zealand.

Free TV net Nine has bought Indus Films-produced Feeding the Super Rich and Feeding The Super Rich Christmas special and Boomerang-produced one-off fact-ent show Million Pound Movers.

Pay TV outfit Foxtel has acquired Alex Polizzi shows Alex Polizzi’s Secret Italy series, The Hotel Inspector and Alex Polizzi: Chefs On Trial. It has also taken Posh Pawn, My Big Fat Wedding and The World’s Best Restaurants.

Pubcaster SBS, meanwhile, has snagged one-off doc Raising Pompeii and fixed rig series Royal Navy Sailor School.

In New Zealand, pubcaster TVNZ has taken Posh Pawn and Michel Roux Jr series The Diner (pictured).

Holly Hodges, deputy head of sales, Twofour Rights, said: “Titles such as Feeding the Super Rich and Million Pound Movers take a unique look into a wealthy world of extravagance, whilst Raising Pompeii uncovers a fascinating piece of history as we’ve not seen it before.

“We are thrilled to licence a diverse range of titles to clients in Australia and New Zealand.”

TwoFour Rights is the sales arm of TwoFour, the prodco now owned by ITV.