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DRG picks up rights for ‘Secret Fortune’

Digital Rights Group has secured the worldwide rights (excluding the UK) to the new entertainment format Secret Fortune. The Wild Rover Productions game show is set to air on primetime on BBC One in 2010. The premise of the show is that a contestant must find a £100,000 check after answering a series of multiple choice questions. Secret Fortune is marketed by DRG's Zeal Entertainment brand. The pilot for the show was co-funded by the BBC, DRG, Northern Ireland Screen and Wild Rover Productions. DRG has confirmed a series commission of eight one-hour episodes.
December 3, 2009

Digital Rights Group has secured the worldwide rights (excluding the UK) to the new entertainment format Secret Fortune. The Wild Rover Productions game show is set to air on primetime on BBC One in 2010. The premise of the show is that a contestant must find a £100,000 check after answering a series of multiple choice questions. Secret Fortune is marketed by DRG’s Zeal Entertainment brand. The pilot for the show was co-funded by the BBC, DRG, Northern Ireland Screen and Wild Rover Productions. DRG has confirmed a series commission of eight one-hour episodes.

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