Sky Vision sells “It’s Love, Actually” to Denmark, Iceland

UK-based distributor Sky Vision has inked two deals for the Sky Living's factual entertainment format It's Love, Actually (pictured).
September 13, 2013

UK-based distributor Sky Vision has inked two deals for Sky Living’s factual entertainment format It’s Love, Actually. 

The straight-to-series format deal sees TV2 in Denmark and 365 Media Iceland picking up the rights and acquiring the finished episodes to It’s Love, Actually. 

The 10 x 30-minute series, produced by Fever Media, sees young couples candidly sharing insights into their relationships, from their children and in-laws to bedroom secrets. The direct-to-camera interviews are shot in a confessional style.

In addition, Brazilian pubcaster GloboSat has also acquired the finished program rights for the series, along with 40 hours of programming, including Now That’s History and Britain and Ireland from the Sky.

“This is a fantastic factual entertainment format, revealing universal truths about the human condition, as relevant to the UK as they are to any country, hence it lends itself well as a format to a wide variety of territories,” said Andrea Zarzecki, senior sales manager at Sky Vision.

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