Glasgow’s independent production company, STV Productions, has struck a deal with Discovery for the licensing of 160 episodes of Antiques Road Trip and 60 episodes of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, to air on free-to-air channel Really.
Discovery, Inc. and BBC Studios have announced a series of agreements, including the future of UKTV.
Quest, the Discovery-owned free-to-air TV channel, has confirmed its first signings with former England International striker, Dean Ashton, and Ian Holloway.
Windfall Films, part of Argonon Group, has been commissioned by stateside broadcaster, Destination America, to create a programme charting the real-time journey of a train on its route along Alaska’s critical 500-mile long railroad.
Series including The Wire, Boardwalk Empire and Sopranos are to be added to Sky’s TV Box Set collection while twelve more channels are added to the Catch Up service.
Just when you think reality television has covered every possible format a new jaw dropping show comes along. Now one American broadcaster has turned to toilets as its latest inspiration for a reality series – entitled King Of Thrones.
Tonight Discovery takes a look at the hugely popular Star Trek franchise.
Show dropped by broadcaster due to ‘bad taste’.