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Warner Bros Discovery UK & Ireland unveils 2023-24 unscripted slate

Car restoration series Richard Hammond’s Workshop

Warner Bros Discovery UK & Ireland has unveiled a slate of unscripted shows for 2023 and 2024, including further season commissions of Richard Hammond’s Workshop and 90 Day Fiancé UK.

Warner Bros Discovery has commissioned third and fourth seasons (8×60’ each) of Richard Hammond’s Workshop, which comes from Hammond’s prodco Chimp Productions and London-based Kremplewood. Season three will drop on Discovery+ this October.

90 Day Fiancé UK has been commissioned for a third 12×60’ season, ahead of its season two premiere later this year, for launch on Discovery+ in July 2024. The relationship format comes from CPL Productions.

Also coming to Discovery+ in the second half of this year are Kanye vs Kim and Megan Thee Stallion vs Tory Lanez, which delve into the high-profile and very public battles of the two couples. Produced by Optomen, each story will be told across two hour-long episodes.

Other shows coming to Discovery+ this year include a one-off doc spin-off to true crime series Deadliest Mums & Dads. The Killer in My Home: A Deadliest Mums & Dads Special is produced by Crackit and will premiere in April. The doc will be joined by season two of Air TV-produced Derelict Rescue (10×60’).

Arriving on the streamer in 2024 is season three of Ricochet’s The Woodland Workshop (12×60’).

Meanwhile, Warner Bros Discovery has commissioned The Great Antiques Challenge (8×60’) from Ricochet for its linear net Really. Premiering in July, the show follows six dealers as they go head-to-head to find their clients the perfect antique.

Coming to Really in September is paranormal series Spooked Ireland (10×60’), which follows last year’s Spooked Scotland and is produced by Tern. One-hour paranormal special The Yorkshire Exorcist, from Back2Back, will premiere on Really in October.

Also from Back2Back in the paranormal space is season five of Help! My House is Haunted (14×60’), which will debut on Really in August.

Elsewhere, true crime series Faking It will return to linear channel Quest Red for a 6×60’ seventh season in August, while sister net Quest will get Salvage Hunter spin-offs Salvage Hunters: The Restorers (20×60’) and Salvage Hunters: Restoration Specials (w/t, 5×60’) in April. New seasons of the Curve-produced show will air on Quest in September.


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