1 JUL 2020


The company launched its summer catalog with original content from the first broadcast and established titles from its national and international networks. The catalog features 380 new hours of programming across multiple genres.


Highlighting a vast breadth of first-run original content and proven ratings hits from its domestic channels A&E, History, and Lifetime, as well as from its international channels, A+E Networks revealed its "June 2020 Global Content Sales" catalog. Presented by Steve MacDonald, President of Global Content Licensing and International, the catalog features 380 new hours of programming across multiple genres, speaking to the company’s continued success remaining open for business during a period of great uncertainty across the industry.

“A+E Networks is proud to unveil a catalog that embodies our legacy as a state-of-the-art producer and distributor of fresh, premium content,” said MacDonald. “During a critical time in our industry, we’ve consistently been able to meet the needs of our partners across the globe with our unparalleled cache of hits across top-performing genres.”

Among many new offerings immediately available are high-profile projects "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein", "Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne", and "Desert One", a documentary from Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple that reveals the true story behind a secret mission to free hostages in the 1979 Iranian revolution.

Also new to the catalog are the metal-biting spinoff "Forged in Fire: Beat the Judges", the thrilling transactional series "Extreme Unboxing", a modern evolution on "Storage Wars" that explores a totally unexpected industry spawned from the online shopping age, and an abundance of can’t-miss TV movies, including Lifetime’s annual "Holiday Collection".

The catalog additionally boasts new hours of returning mega-franchises "American Pickers", "Hoarders", and "Pawn Stars", to name just a few, as well as the new audience favorite "Court Cam", which gives viewers a front row seat inside America’s courtrooms. Love struck "Marrying Millions", which follows six couples hoping to marry who come from completely different worlds, is just one of an impressive volume of lifestyle and factual entertainment series are also available to fill advertisers’ current needs with a stable of balanced content.