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Int’l nets try on Banijay’s Posh Frock

The Posh Frock Shop focuses on designer Ian Stuart and his dresses

Broadcasters around the world have acquired Banijay Rights factual entertainment show The Posh Frock Shop, which will lead the company’s slate at Mipcom next week.

The Posh Frock Shop was produced by Nineteen11 for Channel 4 in the UK and was acquired by the distribution arm of Banijay Group earlier this summer.

The 25×30’ show has now been picked up by broadcasters worldwide, including TV2 in Denmark, TVNZ (New Zealand), Eleven (Australia), Polsat (Poland), SIC CARAS (Portugal) and Lei (Italy).

The programme takes viewers into the exclusive world of award-winning dress designer Ian Stuart, who is renowned for his flamboyant designs and eye-watering price tags.

Banijay Rights’ factual slate for Mipcom also includes Super Salon (4×60’), which was produced by Frieda.tv for E4 in the UK and gives viewers exclusive access to one of the country’s largest and wildest hair salons.

It also features documentary Saturday Night Fever: The Ultimate Disco Movie (1×70’). Produced by IWC Media for BBC2, it uses clips from the original film as well as rarely seen on-location archive footage to tell the story of how the John Travolta hit was produced.

Health show Mind Set Go, rescue series Saving Lives at Sea and crime show Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer are also on the slate for the distribution arm of Banijay Group, which is in the running to acquire Endemol Shine Group. A Banijay Group spokeswoman declined to comment on the reports.

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