New York – A+E Networks has finalized licensing agreements with broadcasters in Asia for a number of series and specials, according to Marielle Zuccarelli, Managing Director, International Content Distribution for A+E Networks.

Ling-Sze Gan, Senior Director, International Content Sales, Asia, said, “This year, our sales are soaring throughout Asia, which has enabled us to further strengthen our presence in this vital market. We have a fantastic library of high quality content and broadcasters are hungry for more. We’re looking forward to introducing additional new program franchises and specials later this year at MIPCOM.”

The latest broadcast deals for A+E Networks include the Lifestyle Network (Philippines), which has picked up 24 Hour Catwalk, Celebrity House Hunting, The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet, Dance Moms, and Dance Moms Miami; OKTO (Singapore), which has acquired Hidden Cities, Stan Lee’s Superhumans, and Modern Marvels; and TV Alhijrah (Malaysia), which picked up Disaster Guy and Hidden Cities.

In Indonesia, A+E Networks finalised deals with B Channel, which acquired IRT Deadliest Roads and Top Shot; and Metro TV (Indonesia), which bought Shockwave and a selection of HISTORY specials, including The Lost Kennedy Home Movies.