American arts network Ovation has taken the U.S. broadcast rights for two seasons of a docuseries about remarkable women from UK distributor 3DD entertainment
A Tale of Two Sisters (8 x 60 minutes) focuses on some of history’s most iconic sisters, as well as their legacy and impact on one another’s lives as sisters. Featured sisters include Amelia and Muriel Earhart, Diana and Jessica Mitford, Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret (pictured), Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwell, and more.
“We’re quite excited to be working with Ovation yet again. As Indie producers, from our view, what sets Ovation apart is that they take such care and time in the promotion of our programs,” said Patricia Hickey, head of sales and co-production, 3DD Entertainment, in a statement. “We really feel they value the work that we do, and the success of the programs in the U.S. has a lasting effect for us in other markets. Ours is a very important partnership.”
A Tale of Two Sisters is set to premiere on Ovation and Ovation NOW on May 6.