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C4 signs up for fourth series of ‘Supersize vs Superskinny’

Channel 4 has ordered a fourth season of Remarkable Television's Supersize vs Superskinny, a magazine show where two people with dysfunctional relationships with food will be forced to confront their unhealthy habits. Remarkable, an Endemol company, will produce 11 one-hour episodes to be broadcast on C4 in the new year. The series will also for the first time look at the impact of bulimia and anorexia on three young women being treated by specialists. Endemol Worldwide Distribution is the distributor of the format. Supersize vs Superskinny was commissioned by Andrew Jackson and will be executive produced by Oliver Wright and Colette Foster and series produced by Anya Francis at Remarkable Television.
November 9, 2010

Channel 4 has ordered a fourth season of Remarkable Television’s Supersize vs Superskinny, a magazine show where two people with dysfunctional relationships with food will be forced to confront their unhealthy habits. Remarkable, an Endemol company, will produce 11 one-hour episodes to be broadcast on C4 in the new year. The series will also for the first time look at the impact of bulimia and anorexia on three young women being treated by specialists. Endemol Worldwide Distribution is the distributor of the format. Supersize vs Superskinny was commissioned by Andrew Jackson and will be executive produced by Oliver Wright and Colette Foster and series produced by Anya Francis at Remarkable Television.

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