all3media international Sends Gardening-Themed Content Across CEE


all3media international has signed a raft of new deals in Central and Eastern Europe for titles from its catalog of gardening-themed content.

In Hungary, AMC Networks Central Europe picked up a package of titles to air on its Spektrum Home channel, totaling 123 hours and including Britain’s Best Back Gardens, a three-part series presented by Alan Titchmarsh. The two-part BBC Two special Monty Don’s Japanese Gardens, which sees Monty Don touring Japan’s best gardens, and season eight of BBC Studios’ Gardeners’ World, also presented by Monty Don, are part of the package as well.

RTVS in Slovenia has acquired a 25-hour package of content that also features Monty Don’s Japanese Gardens. Lithuania’s LNK has renewed its commitment to Spun Gold TV’s Love Your Garden, acquiring the latest eighth season, having previously acquired all previous seasons of the Titchmarsh-presented show.

Further, three seasons of Garden Rescue were licensed by Croatia’s RTL. In Russia, First HDTV inked a package deal and picked up CIS rights to Monty Don’s Paradise Gardens, The Secret History of the British Garden and season one of Love Your Home and Garden, and relicensed Love Your Garden seasons four and five. In Poland, Gardeners’ World and Love Your Garden air on Domo+ in addition to a range of Monty Don-fronted titles.

Ben Packwood, senior sales manager for EMEA North at all3media international, said: “These latest deals highlight the enduring popularity of our gardening-themed content across the CEE region. From expert garden guidance and stunning transformations to real-life stories and global inspirations, these titles offer fantastic entertainment—whether viewers have acres of outside space, a window box or just enjoy watching others do the work! Our strong partnerships with the genre’s leading producers ensure that we can bring the best in green-fingered content, and television’s most loved gardening experts, to a global audience—and prove that beautiful green spaces are accessible to all.”