D360 sells six series abroad

Three of Partners In Motion's shows are headed overseas, while the distribution co also nabbed sales for RTR Media, Zoomer and White Iron Pictures.

Distribution360 has netted six new global sales, including deals for Crime Stories (76 x 60), Countdown to the Future (6 x 30) and Open House Overhaul (14 x 30).

The company announced the raft of sales on behalf of its producing partners at the Banff World Media Festival.

Partners In Motion’s Crime Stories, a non-scripted dive into the world of crime and criminal justice, is headed to UKTV in the United Kingdom and Justice Network in the U.S. The prodco’s Countdown To The Future, which delves into the world of ancient prophecy, and Innovation Nation (6 x 30) also nabbed pick up by AB Groupe in France, as well as for French-speaking Europe and Africa, Israel and Turkey. Innovation also sold into Russia, the CIS region (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan) and the Baltic region.

RTR Media’s Open House Overhaul, in which an interior designer helps owners update their homes ahead of an open house, sold into Russia. Zoomer Media’s yoga class Healing Yoga (30 x 30) sold to Foxtel, while Puppy SOS (pictured), the 13 x 30 dog training series from White Iron Pictures, is headed to AB Groupe for French-speaking Europe and Africa, as well as Israel and Turkey, as well as to RAI Italy.

Finally, closer to home, D360 sold Wraith Films’ paranormal series Ghostly Encounters (83 x 30) to Blue Ant’s Travel & Escape network.