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Seventy five international territories acquire ‘Four Weddings’

ITV Studios Global Entertainment is boasting that its format Four Weddings has been acquired by 75 international territories for the original UK and U.S. versions. The first two seasons of Four Weddings UK, commissioned by LIVING and produced by ITV STUDIOS, have been acquired by broadcasters such as BBC Worldwide (Africa), HOT Family (Israel), SBS (Belgium), TVNZ (New Zealand), Lifestyle (Australia) and Zone Club (Poland and Hungary). LIVING television has also acquired the debut season of the U.S. version of the series, produced by ITV Studios (USA) for TLC. Additionally, Italy's Rete 4, owned by Mediaset, has commissioned ITV Studios format Four Weddings for local production. Mediaset-owned RTI Productions will produce 4 x 2-hour episodes of the show and will premiere in autumn 2010. The format pits four brides against each other in the hopes to have the wedding with the best scores to win a honeymoon prize.
April 13, 2010

ITV Studios Global Entertainment is boasting that its format Four Weddings has been acquired by 75 international territories for the original UK and U.S. versions. The first two seasons of Four Weddings UK, commissioned by LIVING and produced by ITV STUDIOS, have been acquired by broadcasters such as BBC Worldwide (Africa), HOT Family (Israel), SBS (Belgium), TVNZ (New Zealand), Lifestyle (Australia) and Zone Club (Poland and Hungary). LIVING television has also acquired the debut season of the U.S. version of the series, produced by ITV Studios (USA) for TLC. Additionally, Italy’s Rete 4, owned by Mediaset, has commissioned ITV Studios format Four Weddings for local production. Mediaset-owned RTI Productions will produce 4 x 2-hour episodes of the show and will premiere in autumn 2010. The format pits four brides against each other in the hopes to have the wedding with the best scores to win a honeymoon prize.

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Meagan Kashty is an associate editor of realscreen, an international print and online magazine that covers the non-fiction film and television industries. Meagan is an award-winning business journalist. Prior to joining the realscreen team, Meagan was online editor of Canadian Grocer, named Magazine of the Year at the 2015 Canadian Business Media Awards. She can be reached at mkashty@brunico.com, and you can follow her on Twitter @MegKashty

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