All posts tagged 'Drama'

UKTV’s Drama Channel Acquires Lifetime Miniseries ‘The Red Tent’

The Red TentUKTV is adding another exclusive scripted series to Drama's programming slate. The commercial network, which is as joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive, has closed a deal with Sony Pictures Television to acquire the exclusive UK rights to the Lifetime miniseries The Red Tent for their free-to-air Drama channel, TVWise has learned. The miniseries will premiere in early 2017.

UKTV To Launch Drama, Really & Yesterday On Freesat

UKTV (ALT)UKTV is bringing three of their channels to Freesat. The commercial network, which is a joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive, has struck a deal with Freesat which will see Drama, Really and Yesterday launch on the subscription-free satellite TV service, TVWise has learned.

Drama Sets UK Return Date For ‘The Pinkertons’

The Pinkertons (FT)The Pinkertons will return to UKTV's Drama channel after the Winter break to finish airing its first season from Sunday January 24th at 7pm, it has been announced.

UKTV’s Drama Channel Acquires Australian Mini ‘Deadline Gallipoli’

UKTV's Drama channel has acquired the exclusive first run UK broadcast rights to Australian World War I miniseries Deadline Gallipoli after striking a deal with international distributor NBCUniversal International Television Distribution, TVWise has learned.

UKTV Adds Drama Channel To On-Demand Service UKTV Play

UKTV Play - DramaUKTV is adding free-to-air channel Drama to their on-demand service UKTV Play. The channel will launch on the VOD service later this week and will offer a wide range of programmes including Death Comes to Pemberley, The Bill, Birds Of A Feather and Lovejoy.

UKTV’s Drama Channel Acquires NBC’s ‘Crusoe’, ‘Pinocchio’ Mini & ‘A Bear Named Winnie’

Drama is adding three high profile titles to their line-up. The UKTV owned and operated channel has struck a deal with the London based independent distributor Power for the UK rights to Crusoe, the 13 episode NBC drama starring Sean Bean and Phillip Winchester; a two-part Pinocchio miniseries; and World War 1 drama A Bear Named Winnie starring Stephen Fry and Michael Fassbender.