Distribution360 (D360) has closed deals for a raft of unscripted programs from Canadian producers, including RTR Media’s Open House Overhaul.
D360 has sold Canadian-produced content into countries such as Australia, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Russia, Italy, Israel, Turkey, the U.S., the U.K., Ireland and Canada. In the U.K., UKTV took three seasons of Crime Stories, which is produced by Partners in Motion. Meanwhile, Justice Network in the U.S. licensed four seasons of Crime Stories. In addition, Countdown to the Future and Innovation Nation, both from Partners in Motion, were picked up by AB Groupe for France, French-speaking Europe, Africa, Israel and Turkey. Innovation Nation was also sold into Russia, CIS and the Baltics.
RTR Media’s Open House Overhaul is headed to Russia, while Foxtel in Australia licensed season four of Healing Yoga from Zoomer Media. Puppy SOS from White Iron Pictures was picked up by AB Groupe for French-speaking Europe and Africa, Israel and Turkey. Puppy SOS was also sold to RAI in Italy. All 83 episodes of Ghostly Encounters have been scooped up by Blue Ant in Canada for its Travel & Escape network.
“These international deals underline the quality and demand for Canadian programming around the world,” said Diane Rankin, the senior VP of international at Distribution360. “As Canada celebrates 150 years, we are proud to wave the flag for the great Canadian producers that are part of our international catalog.”