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Extra: “Queer Eye” returns, TCA noms, Twofour sales

Queer Eye returns to Netflix for a fourth season The Fab Five are returning to digital streaming giant Netflix globally on July 19 with its fourth season, and a fifth season order ...
June 20, 2019

Queer Eye returns to Netflix for a fourth season

The Fab Five are returning to digital streaming giant Netflix globally on July 19 with its fourth season, and a fifth season order on the way.

The Emmy Award-winning Queer Eye will see hosts Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Tan France returning to transform eight new stylistically-challenged people.

The fifth season will start production on June 24, and is expected to debut in 2020.

Queer Eye is executive produced by David Collins, Michael Williams and Rob Eric for Scout Productions. Jennifer Lane serves as the showrunner and executive producer.  David George, Adam Sher, David Eilenberg and Jordana Hochman serve as executive producers for ITV Entertainment.

Television Critics Association reveals TCA Awards noms 

Among the many scripted award nominees at the 35th annual TCA Awards, Netflix leads the nominations in the outstanding achievement in reality category.

The streamer’s Nailed It!; Queer Eye; Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat and Tidying Up with Marie Kondo are all nominated, as well as PBS; The Great British Baking Show and NBC’s Making It. 

In the other non-fiction category – outstanding achievement in news and information – HBO’s Leaving Neverland, Starz’s America to Me, Netflix’s Our Planet and Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly are nominated alongside CBS’ 60 Minutes. 

Twofour unloads package of fact ent across CEE

British TV and digital media group Twofour has sold more than 115 hours of factual and factual entertainment content to broadcasters across Central and Eastern Europe.

AMC Networks International in Central and Northern Europe has picked up Kate Humble Living With Nomads and Feeding The Super Rich for its factual channel Spektrum. The deal also includes all four seasons of Impossible Engineering and two seasons of its spin-off, Impossible Railways.

TV4 and Story4, meanwhile, have bought a package of Twofour Group’s Extreme Cake Makers and the series The Hotel Inspector, hosted by Alex Polizzi.

Finally, BBC Studios in Poland will also air Impossible Engineering and Railways, as well as business time-travel series Give It A Year and Sinkholes, across its channels for Central and Eastern Europe.

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