FremantleMedia seduces HBO with the sale of 'Sex Inspectors' in US

MUMBAI: Fremantle International Distribution (FID) has sold the hit talkback Thames show, The Sex Inspectors to HBO in the US.

FID managing director David Ellender announced the same stating that The Sex Inspectors will be a part of HBO's late-night Real Sex series.



The Sex Inspectors: A Real Sex International British Import offers a frank and intelligent approach to sex. The program originally debuted on the UK's Channel 4 and proved an instant success with soaring ratings among the key demographic (adults aged 18-34), and a second series of The Sex Inspectors launched in July.

In addition, a highly anticipated book following the series, The Sex Inspectors Masterclass: How To Have An Amazing Sex Life, debuted in the UK in August this year.



"With HBO's loyal audience and traditional late night programming, The Sex Inspectors was a perfect fit for the network. Fremantle International Distribution's access to a wide breadth of productions in a variety of genres allows us to provide our partners with the ideal content to complement any of their existing programming," said Ellender.

With expert help, The Sex Inspectors looks under the bed sheets to help couples with their sexual problems and frustrations. In each episode a couple will be intimately observed by our 'sexperts' Tracey Cox and Michael Alvear, as they look for some practical advice on how to spice up their love lives.

Broadcasters in the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Denmark and New Zealand have already snapped up the bold and innovative series that is designed to improve people's sex lives.

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