FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) sold some 1,200 hours of programming in Asia with deals in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. Philippines’ ABS-CBN Creative Networks took 446 hours of programming including Kylie Kwong: My China, Iconoclasts series 1 & 2, The Apprentice US series six, and the controversial study of parenthood Bringing Up Baby. Thailand’s UBC Cineplex picked up new shows Game Killers and Fat Man’s Warning. In Hong Kong, ATV snapped up factual shows Tutankhamen: Secrets of a Boy King, The Mysterious Death of Cleopatra and The Sphinx Unmasked. TVB took natural history programming including Nigel Marven’s Penguin Safari, Killer Whale Island with Nigel Marven and Artic Adventure with Nigel Marven. Malaysia’s Media Prima bought Project Runway series four, The Janice Dickinson Modelling Agency series 3 and Jamie’s Kitchen Australia.
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