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March 20, 2009

Eleventh Hour deal for Living TV


by David Allen

The satellite channel Living TV has managed to pick up the exclusive UK rights for the popular US television series “Eleventh Hour”, a drama mystery that was based on an original ITV production that starred Patrick Stewart.

The series is just one of the many shows produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, whose work includes the CSI series, Cold Case and Without a Trace.

This is quite an achievement for Living TV as a lot of these shows’ fans end up following other shows along the same lines.

Living TV is part of the Virgin Media Group, which has stated that it intends to sell off the content division UKTV.

Bringing in a top show like this should make the figures look attractive to any potential new owner.

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