Discovery+ has entered into a high-volume SVOD deal with All3Media International that will bring more than 250 hours of non-scripted content to the platform. The deal will bring full seasons of multiple series with licensing to multiple territories.
Highlights included in the acquisition:
Race Across the World – both seasons now streaming on Discovery+ in North America, India, Italy and Spain
Naked Attraction – All four seasons coming later this year in North America, and are currently available across multiple international markets, including Norway, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Poland and the Netherlands
The Undateables – 45 episodes launching in North America later this year
Titles from the Gordon Ramsay Portfolio – Culinary Genius (UK), five seasons of The F Word (UK) – as well as six seasons of Kitchen Nightmares, two seasons of Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape and three documentaries: Gordon Ramsay Behind Bars, Gordon Ramsay: Shark Bait and Gordon Ramsay On Cocaine. All titles are now streaming on Discovery+, with the exception of Gordon Ramsay On Cocaine, which is set to launch later this year.
“Discovery is uniquely positioned to mobilize international streaming growth and provide a global platform for All3’s beloved series, which pair perfectly with our massive library of local-language originals,” said Lisa Holme, Group SVP of Content and Commercial Strategy, Discovery, Inc. “We know our fans will love these projects and we’re thrilled to continue to grow our business with All3.”
“As the way we consume all genres of content continues to evolve, the roll out of Discovery+ around the world represents a fantastic opportunity to bring premium non-scripted content to a brand-new audience,” said Sally Habbershaw, EVP Americas at All3Media International. “People have never been more fascinated by real-life stories, whether we tell them via globe-trotting adventures, innovative dating shows or intense culinary battles – so we’re very pleased that this diverse selection of titles will be available in multiple territories and forges our partnership with discovery+.”