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ITV could end up paying nearly £300m for the indies it has bought over the past two years if its new production partners hit top-end growth targets.
The Garden Productions’ first major project for ITV since being bought by the broadcaster is a format that will unite emergency services heroes with people they have rescued.
The Garden’s medical ob-doc format Keeping The Nation Alive is to travel to The Netherlands after ITV Studios struck a deal with Dutch broadcaster Ned1.
Channel 4’s next fixed-rig doc from The Garden Productions will be set in Luton Police Station.
Alice Mayhall on filming at the Maudsley Hospital for The Garden Productions
Channel 4 is launching a season of mini-rig docs set in locations including a taxi firm and 24 hour emergency call-out offices.
Docs about a psychosexual therapist and a Loaded editor’s decision to leave the soft porn industry will form part of a five-part real sex season due to air next month on Channel 4.
ITV’s indie acquisition spree is set to boost its turnover by as much as £100m this year as it bids to become a serious global player in the production sector.
The Garden Productions has landed its debut commission from Channel 5, an ob-doc series following a family-run bus service in Yorkshire.
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