Last night saw Twofour Group secure two industry awards. Boomerang’s Extreme Cakemakers won the award for Best Daytime Programme. Twofour’s This Time Next Year won the International Programme Sales award and
This Time Next Year sees ordinary people walk through the “This Time” door and pledge to transform their lives. The show became the fastest selling new format of 2016, being made in 14 countries including US, Australia and several European territories. A successful broadcast on ITV in the UK saw an average of 3.7 million viewers tune in and two further series recommissioned.
Extreme Cake Makers, narrated by Rufus Hound, lands us in the heart of the whirlwind that is extreme cake making with a magnificent line up of cake making extraordinaires. The show was Channel 4’s best brand new launch in the weekday 5pm slot since 2012 and sold quickly into over 60 territories. A second 30 x 30’ is currently airing.
The Broadcast Awards celebrate the very best in British programming and channels, recognising and rewarding the UK’s most ground-breaking content, creators and channels.