Leading independent distributor All3Media International has signed its latest deal with TrueVisions, as the Thai broadcaster acquires cable and satellite TV rights to a diverse range of scripted and non-scripted content totalling more than 90 hours.

The agreement features a selection of primetime dramas, including both seasons (14 x 60’) of Playground Productions’ global hit All Creatures Great and Small, based on the much-loved books by James Herriot, and two true crime dramas from New Pictures. Starring David Tennant, Des (3 x 60’) focuses on the infamous case of serial killer Dennis Nilsen. White House Farm (6 x 60’) centres on the shocking murder of three generations of one family at an isolated farm over thirty years ago.

TrueVisions’ non-scripted acquisitions include hybrid-history series Inside the Tower of London (4 x 60’, Lion Television), real-life drama from the French Alps in Ski A&E (10 x 60’, North One Productions) and transformational makeovers in season two of 10 Years Younger in 10 Days (20 x 60’, Maverick Television).

Both seasons of Five Mile Films’ human-hound matchmaking show The Dog House (17 x 60’) feature in the deal, alongside Curve Media’s special Animals Reunited. TrueVisions has also picked up both seasons of culinary challenge Snackmasters (10 x 60’, Optomen), as well as North One’s Eddie Eats America (12 x 30’) and Eddie Eats Christmas (4 x 30’).