Tricon announces over 300 hours of factual and lifestyle series sales
Toronto, Canada – Tricon Films & Television announced sales of over 300 hours of factual and lifestyle series, including over 110 hours of programming sold to Solar Entertainment (Philippines) across two of their broadcast channels, 2ndAvenue and TGC (The Game Channel) on March 21.
Titles include restaurant renovation show Restaurant Takeover (seasons I & II, 26 x 60’); Now Eat This! (20 x 30’) with chef Rocco DiSpirito; competition series Donut Showdown (season I, 40 x 30’); The Heat (39 x 30’) with celebrity chef Mark McEwan who tours renowned catering kitchens; and food trivia game show Ice Cold Cash (28 x 30’). Also purchased are renovation series A Bryk at a Time (season I, 28 x 30’) and Building Bryk’s (8 x 30’); and factual series Game Changers (8 x 30’), which introduces regular people who have profound and real inventions that could change our world.
Additional Asian sales include:
Season II of Restaurant Takeover to Asian Food Channel; I Didn’t Do It (7 x 60’), narrated by Chris Noth, which exposes the untold stories of wrongful convictions, has been sold to NTV Japan; and Get Connected (seasons I & II, 131 x 30’) about the latest in technology products, services and innovations has been sold to Metropolis Television Brunei.
Additional international sales:
A Bryk at a Time and Building Bryk’s have been sold to TVA Quebec.
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