Cineflix International has announced 175 hours of sales to US broadcasters, proving its wide range of quality programmes are as popular with American audiences as they are with viewers around the world.
Brokered by Lucinda Garner, Cineflix International’s Sales Manager for North America, the number marks a 75% YOY increase in business for the territory, and reflects the diversity of the company’s catalogue that now features over 1,400 hours of factual programming.
Originally produced in association with UKTV and HGTV Canada, the first two seasons of Colin & Justin’s Home Heist (52×60’) are now airing on BBC America.
Recently acquired from Vancouver-based Force Four Entertainment, the docu-series Cupcake Girls (13×30’) has sold to WE tv. A bulk deal has been signed with Halogen for 82 hours of some of Cineflix’s best loved in-house and third-party productions, including Eco House Challenge, Surf Patrol, Animal House, Animal House NZ, elove and Desperate Learners Driving School.
Finally, the US Spanish-language network Galavision has acquired classic Cineflix favourites Trapped (6×60), The Ultimates (6×60) and Zero Hour (16×60).
Cineflix International is a leading global distributor of non-fiction entertainment with a successful track record of exploiting rights and building international TV brands. Featuring almost 1400 hours of new and popular programming with genres as diverse as entertainment, factual entertainment, reality, documentary, drama doc and specialist factual, our expanding catalogue offers programmes the world wants to watch.
For further information please contact:
Cheryl Clarke at MUSHROOM MEDIA on +44 207 582 5800,
Paul Heaney, President and Managing Director, Cineflix International on +44 (0)20 8996 1815