Dance Moms (pictured), Pawn Stars and Cajun Justice are among the more than 1,500 hours of programming A+E Networks has sold to broadcasters in Europe, Latin America, Canada and Southeast Asia.
Norway’s TV2, Philippines’ Lifestyle Network, and a trio of Hungarian networks – FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2 – have picked up A&E reality hit Dance Moms, while TV2 and Italy’s LEI have taken spin-off series Dance Moms: Miami.
The company also sold Pawn Stars to Belgium’s VTM; Philippines’ GMA Networks; Dutch nets SBS 6, Net 5 and Veronica; and Hungary’s FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2; while TV2, SBS 6, Net 5, Veronica, FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2 have also picked up Monster-In-Laws.
Canadian French language net Canal D, Norway’s TV2 and Hungary’s FEM3, Pro 4 and Supertv2 have all picked up southern sheriff show Cajun Justice.
Canal D, TV2 and Switzerland’s 3 Plus Group picked up History’s extreme trucking series IRT Deadliest Roads, while Middle Eastern net Al Hurra, Indonesia’s SindoTV, Malaysia’s NTV7 and Capital TV and France 5 have bought packages of Biography episodes.
Finally, the company sold long-running History series Modern Marvels to Argentina’s Constuir TV, Germany’s ZDF, Hungary’s ICO Cable and Origo Cable, South Korea’s Korean Forces Network, Taiwan’s ELTZ Technology and Thailand’s Thai PBS.