16 OCT 2023

A+E Networks seals multi-year content deal with Seven.One Entertainment Group

Through this deal, Seven.One Entertainment Group will have access to acclaimed titles from the internationally prominent US channels A&E, Lifetime, FYI,  and The History Channel,

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A+E Networks has expanded its collaboration with Seven.One Entertainment Group, inking a multi-year volume deal to stengthen their existing strategic content partnership. “The combined leadership of A+E’s Kerstin Gühne and her team in collaboration with our friends at Seven.One Entertainment Group has secured a long-term and promising partnership in Germany, for both companies," Patrick Vien, Group Managing Director, International, A+E Networks said.

The agreement gives Seven.One Entertainment Group access to additional hours from A+E’s best-in-class catalog. The news was confirmed by Vien.

Seven.One Entertainment Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE and a leading platform-independent entertainment company in Germany, will have access to acclaimed titles from the internationally prominent US channels A&E, Lifetime, FYI,  and The History Channel, which will be broadcast across the majority of Seven.One Entertainment Group’s portfolio of platforms.

The titles included in the deal are A+E’s long-running global hit mega-franchises "Pawn Stars," "Storage Wars," "Forged in Fire," and "Curse of Oak Island." Seven.One Entertainment Group will also have first FTV access to all new History Channel IP. “Our unparalleled library with its rich pipeline of factual series, global formats, and co-productions is a remarkable match for Seven.One Entertainment Group, with its wide-ranging audiences across their many market-leading platforms," Vien said.

 

The combined leadership of A+E’s Kerstin Gühne and her team in collaboration with our friends at Seven.One Entertainment Group has secured a long-term and promising partnership in Germany, for both companies.” Patrick Vien Group Managing Director, International, A+E Networks

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