Cineflix Rights Closes Multiple Factual Deals


Cineflix Rights has closed multiple deals with international broadcasters and streaming platforms for new shows and returning seasons from its MIPCOM factual slate.

Season three of Richard Hammond’s Workshop, which follows the daring TV presenter and car buff as he launches his own vehicle restoration business, has been acquired by NENT for Denmark and Sweden; Warner Bros. Discovery for its platforms across Benelux, Italy, Iberia, Turkey, German-speaking territories, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia; and BBC for Poland.

Hitler’s Engineers: Building the Third Reich has gone to History (Iberia), RTL (Germany), CBC (Canada), Tanweer (Greece), AMC Networks International Central and Northern Europe (AMCNI CNE) for its Spektrum channel (Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic), as well as BBC (Poland).

Escapist travel show Holiday Homes in the Sun has been snagged by TV2 Norway, Nine Network (Australia), TVNZ (New Zealand) TV2 Hungary, Hola TV (Latin America and U.S.), Buenviaje (Spain), Canal+ Poland, AMCNI CNE for Spektrum Home (Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia) and Home Channel (South Africa).

TVE (Spain) has bought all four seasons of My Floating Home. Patrick Aryee’s Wild World has been acquired by Odisea Iberia, Ushuaia TV France, BBC Asia and Canada’s TVO and Knowledge Network. One of the latest additions to Cineflix Rights’ true crime slate, Cult Justice, has been bought by Hulu for the U.S.

Tim Mutimer, CEO of rights for Cineflix Media, said: “Building returnable, global franchises is a key part of our factual business, so I’m delighted to be closing these latest deals at MIPCOM for new seasons of some of our biggest brands, alongside multiple sales for new shows.”