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Netflix has acquired the UK rights to Robert Rodriguez’s TV adaptation of From Dusk Till Dawn.
Discovery has ordered a Siberian reality series from Raw TV, the first commission to emerge after the indie was acquired by the factual broadcaster earlier this week.
US pay-TV broadcaster Starz has boarded BBC drama The Missing.
US cable network E! has commissioned a Liz Hurley-fronted royal family drama that will be set and shot in the UK.
Australia’s Seven Network has invested in a UK indie co-founded by former Maverick boss Alex Fraser that aims to produce “noisy, factual programming”.
Core Media, the US owner of American Idol producer 19 Entertainment, has struck its most significant UK deal to date.
Channel 5 could be sold in a matter of weeks as a slew of US broadcasters vie with European media groups to take control of the broadcaster.
Sky Vision has inked a development deal with Jews On Bikes producer Back2back Productions as it aims to build its standing in the UK indie community.
US broadcaster Nat Geo believes a strong pipeline of UK shows can help it distinguish itself from its cable rivals.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here is to launch in the Netherlands after ITV Studios Global Entertainment sold the format to RTL5.
Youth-skewing brand Vice has launched an online news channel that will have 35 foreign bureaus and over 4,000 contributors.
BBC2’s 37 Days launched with more than 2m viewers on Thursday, while Birds of a Feather has secured a recommission after smashing the slot average.