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Twofour Rights Secures Deals Across Asia, Middle East & Africa


Twofour Rights has finalized deals for more than 140 hours of programming from its factual and factual-entertainment catalogs across Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

ITV Choice made a deal for Asia, the Middle East and Africa to air new seasons of the factual-entertainment format What Would Your Kid Do? and This Time Next Year. Second Chance Summer has also been acquired.

A+E Networks India secured the rights to a package totaling 90 hours of Twofour Group’s Extreme Cake Makers, for which Fatafeat in the Middle East signed a deal for season two.

Discovery is set to air Impossible Engineering’s latest season across Asia and This Time Next Year in Taiwan. Additionally, Tanweer Enlightenment acquired a package of history and travel shows that includes Impossible Engineering seasons one and two, as well as Kate Humble: Living with Nomads and Lost World of Pompeii.

Rob Bassett, senior sales executive at Twofour Rights, said: “I’m delighted to see a wide variety of titles travel so well across these territories, equally to have the opportunity to launch our new unscripted catalog at Asia TV Forum.”

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