All posts tagged '20th Century Fox Television Distribution'

Paramount Network Acquires UK Rights To Dylan McDermott Fronted Fox Comedy ‘LA To Vegas’

LA To Vegas is UK bound. Paramount Network has acquired the UK rights to the short-lived Fox comedy starring Dylan McDermott (American Horror Story) after striking a deal with international distributor Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The series is eyed for January premiere on the channel.

FOX UK Acquires ‘The Passage’ Starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Sets January Premiere

FOX UK has acquired the UK rights to the Mark-Paul Gosselaar fronted drama series The Passage after striking a deal with international distributor Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The show's first season, consisting of thirteen episodes, will premiere on the channel on Tuesday January 15th at 9pm.

BBC’s FX Deal Wont Impact Prior Licensing Agreements; ‘American Horror Story’, ‘It’s Always Sunny’ & More Staying At Current UK Homes

EXCLUSIVE: What impact will today's bumper "content partnership" between the BBC and FX Networks have on FX Originals with existing UK licensing agreements? Well, none at all. I'm hearing that all existing licensing deals remain in place and that the focus of the agreement is creating a UK home for FX programming going forward. What that means is that FX original series such as American Horror StoryLegionIt's Always Sunny In PhiladelphiaBaskets and You're The Worst are not jumping to the BBC from their current UK homes. American Horror StoryLegion and Baskets are staying put on FOX UK; while Netflix UK retains rights to It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

BBC Agrees FX Networks Output Deal Making Beeb UK Home To All Future FX Originals

To borrow from former U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden: "this is a big f***ing deal". In what is undoubtedly the BBC's biggest move in U.S. scripted acquisitions in years, they have inked a content partnership (effectively an output deal) with FX Networks that will make the Beeb the UK home to all future FX original comedy and drama series.

BBC Two Acquires FX’s John Paul Getty III Kidnap Drama ‘Trust’

BBC Two is adding a fifth(!) FX original series to their slate of acquisitions. The channel has secured the exclusive UK rights to the network's John Paul Getty III abduction drama series Trust after striking a deal with international distributor Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The series will premiere on BBC Two later this year.

BBC Two Acquires Donald Glover’s FX Series ‘Atlanta’

Atlanta is getting a second UK home. BBC Two has secured the rights to Donald Glover's FX series after striking a deal with international distributor Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The show's first season will premiere on BBC Two on Sunday May 13th at 10pm.

Sky Living Inks Fox Deal For UK Rights To ‘9-1-1’

9-1-1 is crossing the pond. Sky Living has secured the UK rights to the Fox drama series after striking a deal with international distributor Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The series, which has already been renewed for a second season, will premiere later this year.

Amazon Prime Video Inks Fox Deal For SVOD Rights To ‘This Is Us’ & ‘The Exorcist’

Amazon Prime Video has inked a global deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution to secure SVOD (Subscription Video-On-Demand) rights to both NBC drama This Is Us and Fox's genre show The Exorcist. This marks the largest agreement between the two companies and covers more than 200 territories.