MEDIA RELEASE: Cineflix Rights closes multi-title deal with TV3 Baltics at NATPE Budapest

June 27, 2022

Cineflix Rights has closed a deal with TV3 Baltics for more than 200 hours of factual content at NATPE Budapest 2022.

The deal, covering TV3’s Latvian and Lithuanian networks, includes:

Richard Hammond’s Workshop (Seasons 1 and 2, 16×60’, Chimp Productions and Krempelwood for Discovery+, UK and Eire) which follows the daredevil TV presenter and legendary car buff as he launches a high-end restoration shop for rare classic cars and motorbikes.

Smoke and Steel: Secrets of the Modern World (6×60’, Like a Shot Entertainment for UKTV) showcases the best of humanity’s extraordinary industrial heritage around the globe and reveals how these centuries-old inventions and techniques are building the world of today.

Rise of the Machines (Seasons 1-3, 30×60’, Windfall Films for A+E Networks, US; Discovery, International; and Science Channel, US) reveals the extraordinary engineering and inventions at the heart of some of the world’s most extreme machines.

Property Brothers: Forever Home (Seasons 1 and 2, 80×60’, Scott Brothers Entertainment for HGTV US and Canada) is the latest series following superstar developers and renovators Drew and Jonathan Scott as they help couples transform their current houses into forever homes—a place where they can put down roots and happily spend their lives.

Moving Houses (Seasons 1 and 2, 20×60’, Imagination Television for TVNZ) follows daring homeowners on the ultimate recycling projects combining incredible science and engineering—moving must-have homes to picture-perfect New Zealand destinations.

Impossible Planet (12×60’, White Spark Pictures) explores a number of Earth’s most incredible natural phenomena, some of which still baffle scientists.

Lucy Rawson VP, Sales, Africa, CEE, Middle East, and Southern Mediterranean, Cineflix Rights, said: “It feels great to be back in Budapest, meeting valued clients face-to-face and showcasing new content. I’m thrilled to be signing this first deal with TV3 and we look forward to building a long business relationship with them.”