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Debmar-Mercury acquires domestic rights to ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

Debmar-Mercury, a worldwide media company and wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, has acquired domestic distribution rights to ITV STUDIOS' U.S. series Hell's Kitchen. This deal marks the third agreement between Debmar-Mercury and ITV STUDIOS this year, the other two being the joint development of syndicated panel talk show The Chefs and a U.S. version of the hit UK daytime talk show The Jeremy Kyle Show. The eighth season of Hell's Kitchen, produced by ITV STUDIOS in association with A. Smith & Co. Productions, will premiere on FOX on September 22.
August 10, 2010

Debmar-Mercury, a worldwide media company and wholly owned subsidiary of Lionsgate, has acquired domestic distribution rights to ITV STUDIOS’ U.S. series Hell’s Kitchen. This deal marks the third agreement between Debmar-Mercury and ITV STUDIOS this year, the other two being the joint development of syndicated panel talk show The Chefs and a U.S. version of the hit UK daytime talk show The Jeremy Kyle Show. The eighth season of Hell’s Kitchen, produced by ITV STUDIOS in association with A. Smith & Co. Productions, will premiere on FOX on September 22.

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