Twofour sells “Billion $$ Girl,” “Biggest Hoarders”

UK-based distributor Twofour Rights has sold several lifestyle and docuseries to networks in Poland, Slovakia, Estonia and the United States, including Tamara Ecclestone: Billion $$ Girl (pictured).
June 11, 2013

UK-based distributor Twofour Rights has sold several lifestyle and docuseries to networks in Eastern Europe and the U.S. Hispanic market.

Poland’s Polsat has acquired Tamara Ecclestone: Billion $$ Girl (pictured), which follows the titular socialite as she juggles business ventures, partying and family commitments; and Home of the Future, a series about a family living in a fully-automated futuristic home.

In Slovakia, TV Joj has picked up Biggest Hoarders, which follows presenter Jasmine Harman as she sets out to learn more about the mental illness and help hoarders.

Meanwhile, U.S. cable network Discovery Familia and Kanal 2 in Estonia have bought lifestyle series Bumps, Babies & Beyond, a coproduction with GroupM Entertainment starring English musician and media personality Myleene Klass.

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