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Foxtel is bringing to Australia the official TV channels from English Premier League football clubs Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United from 1 July.

Keshet International (KI) has licensed its game show format Boom! to SBT, Brazil’s second largest television network.

Optus customers will be able to receive English Premier League (EPL) matches from A$15 extra per month with free data streaming, the Australian telco has announced.

DRG has acquired a slate of history-based programming, including the worldwide rights to the documentary series, Race for the White House.

VICE and ESPN are joining forces: the former’s sports division will produce several new original series to air exclusively on ESPN properties encompassing TV, digital, and mobile.

HGTV has green lighted a second season of its popular home renovation and flipping series, Good Bones.

The Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network (HITN) is bringing celebrity chef and entrepreneur Lidia Bastianich to US Hispanic audiences.

The Good Wife is to become the first ever US TV series to be remade in Korea, after CBS Studios International licensed the format to tvN.