Parade Lands New Broadcast & VOD Partners for Lifestyle Content


Parade Media has secured a host of deals across the globe for titles from its lifestyle slate, including the culinary series Everyday Gourmet.

Among the 92 hours of programming Digiturk in Turkey acquired is season seven of Everyday Gourmet, which features MasterChef alum Justine Schofield. The package also includes seasons three through eight of Australia’s Best Houses. Fox Networks Group in the Middle East picked up the first three seasons of The Home Team, as well as Ready Set Reno, season eight of Good Chef Bad Chef and Boys Weekend. Meanwhile, Fox Networks Group in the Balkans went for Secret Meat Business seasons one through three, as well as the Christmas special. Further pickups include Boys Weekend and The Chocolate Queen.

Additionally, A&E India acquired Tropical Gourmet with Justine Schofield, and AMC Spain picked up rights for the latest season of The Home Team. Australia Plus signed on for Restaurant Revolution, The Coffee Man and Tasty Conversations with Audra Morrice. Digital food network Tastemade also picked up The Coffee Man, and in-flight entertainment rights for the documentary went to Qantas and Emirates.

Parade CEO Matthew Ashcroft said, “Parade’s cornerstone of premium lifestyle content continues to deliver a global audience for our producers. Our latest raft of new broadcast and VOD partnerships in Turkey, the Middle East and the U.S. demonstrate the broad appeal of our programming slate and we are thrilled to be working with some of the world’s leading networks and platforms.”