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Rive Gauche Television Secures Raft of Factual Licensing Deals


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Rive Gauche Television (RGTV) has landed multiple sales for some of its factual titles leading up to MIPTV.

The 26×1-hour My Misdiagnosis, a medical series, has been acquired by Discovery Networks in Spain and Latin America, as well as Medialaan in Belgium. Discovery has also relicensed and added multiple new seasons of popular crime series Homicide Hunter in Italy.

CBS picked up Egg Factor, which will make its worldwide premiere on CBS Reality in the U.K., as well as Something’s Killing Me and Homicide’s Elite for its U.K. and EMEA viewers.

For Australia, Foxtel bought several crime programs, including Donal Macintyre’s Murder Files, Homicide’s Elite, Trace of Evil, Homicide Hunter, Ice Cold Killers, Evil Twins and Something’s Killing Me.

RGTV sold a package of over 100 hours of programming to RCS-RDS in Romania, which includes shows like Buying Bayou, Genius Factory, Project Dad and The Day I Almost Died, among others.

“We are very pleased that My Misdiagnosis, RGTV’s second foray into the medical-mystery space, is being embraced by the market. It’s also very exciting that our ground-breaking show Egg Factor will premiere in the U.K. on CBS Reality,” said Jon Kramer, CEO of RGTV.








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