Leading the acquisitions is Ion Life U.S., which has acquired the home design series Colour Confidential (91 x 30 minutes, 1 x 60 minutes); the Candice Olson-hosted Divine Design (208 x 30 minutes, 5 x 60 minutes); the cooking show Fearless in the Kitchen (39 x 30 minutes); and pet docuseries Breeder of the Pack (13 x 30 minutes).
Meanwhile, African Business Channel has picked up season two of the Danielle Bryk-hosted design series A Bryk at a Time (28 x 30 minutes); season four of Decked Out (50 x 30 minutes) with host Paul Lafrance; season one of Disaster Decks (pictured, 23 x 30 minutes); and healthy cooking series Now Eat This! (20 x 30 minutes) with chef Rocco DiSpirito.
Elsewhere, Strong Technologies Nigeria has taken titles including seasons one and two of Bitchin’ Kitchen (45 x 30 minutes, 1 x 60 minutes); dating series Love Trap (50 x 30 minutes); restaurant makeover program Restaurant Takeover (26 x 60 minutes); and renovation series Save Us from Our House! (91 x 30 minutes). Bitchin’ Kitchen was also sold to 6Play France and Brand New Media Australia.
Finally, The Living Channel New Zealand and Zeste Quebec have bought competition series Donut Showdown (40 x 30 minutes); RTL Netherlands has picked up food series Now Eat This! and The Heat with Mark McEwan; and Asian Food Channel has renewed seasons five and six of Restaurant Makeover.