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ITV nabs exclusive rights to WarnerMedia’s Sex Lives of College Girls for UK

Comedy series The Sex Lives of College Girls

UK broadcaster ITV has acquired the exclusive free-to-air rights to comedy series The Sex Lives of College Girls from WarnerMedia International Television Distribution, as part of a multi-title deal.

Season one of the series, created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble for HBO Max, will make its UK premiere exclusively on ITV Hub and ITV2 in April, while the second season will launch on ITVX, the broadcaster’s newly announced integrated streaming product.

As part of the agreement, Hart of Dixie, The OC, One Tree Hill and the first three seasons of Veronica Mars will launch on ITV and ITV Hub next month. All four seasons of sport-focused drama series All American will launch on ITV and ITV Hub in May.

In addition to those acquisitions, ITV said Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Lying Game, Carrie Bradshaw origin story The Carrie Diaries, Hellcats, Nikita, Chuck, Everwood, Supernatural and The 100 will also launch on ITVX later this year.

The deal was negotiated by ITV head of content acquisitions Sasha Breslau and controller of acquisitions, rights and regulatory, Jonathan Vandermeer.

Season one of The Sex Lives of College Girls launched on HBO Max in the November, with the show receiving a season-two renewal the following month. The series stars Pauline Chalamet (The King of Staten Island), Amrit Kaur (The D Cut), Renee Rapp (Mean Girls on Broadway) and Alyah Chanelle Scott (The Book of Mormon) as roommates randomly assigned to a dorm at Essex College, a prestigious university in New England.

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