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The German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland and A+E Networks have signed a multiyear license agreement to air an exclusive package of factual programming on ProSiebenSat.1’s channels.
The programming deal grants the German TV group access to an extensive lineup of A+E programming, which includes the brands AE, Lifetime and FYI, along with exclusive rights to A+E’s most successful brand, HISTORY. Programming highlights include the hit docuseries 60 Days In, as well as Behind Bars: Rookie Years. The deal also covers the companion series to The First 48, After The First 48, new episodes of Cold Case Files as well as HISTORY’s hit docuseries Oak Island and new episodes of Mountain Men.
Katja Hofem, member of the management board of ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland and responsible for new channel development, said: “We are thrilled to announce that alongside our recent deal with Scripps Networks Interactive, we have now teamed up with A+E Networks, one
AE is flipping the script — right into the trash bin. The cable network has announced that since its sole scripted series Bates Motel has ended, it is taking the phrase “reality check” literally. The Bates Motel TV series finale just aired on Monday, April 24, 2017.
Deadline reports, “As AE is reaching a turning point in its ratings comeback with the first back-to-back months of viewership growth in almost four years, the A+E network is recalibrating its programming strategy, returning to its roots as an exclusively non-fiction brand.”
AE Returns to Reality
AE’s current non-fiction series include 60 Days In; 60 Days In: Read more at: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/ae-no-scripted-series/
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