This will comprise various titles in factual genres and 150 hours of scripted programming.
On the factual front there is 10x30mins Girl Eat World, which follows MasterChef South Africa winner Kamini Pather as she journeys to her top ten international food destinations; Finding Little Italy, a 6x60mins travel series; and Rock the Park, a 26x30mins series about national parks.
History programmes include Tanks of Fury and Dazzle: The Hidden Story of Camouflage, while new natural history is top-lined by Irelands Ocean
With a whole range of titles across a number of different genres – from lifestyle and science to natural history and scripted content, we are responding to a market that demands complete diversity for its viewers,” said Georgie Eyre, head of acquisitions for Off the Fence.
“With more platforms than ever, the demand for factual, including high-end blue chip content, is strong and we present a slate that can cater to the needs of the audience on every platform.”