Amanda Owen from our Yorkshire farm is heading to global stardom after major rebranding

Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen is heading to international fame after a global deal was struck for popular Channel 5 documentary series Our Yorkshire Farm

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Amanda Owen is set to become a global celebrity after the sale of Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Farm series in 25 territories around the world.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess, 47, has been shown to star in the family farming documentary series, as viewers enjoy a weekly slice of life at Ravenseat Farm.

Amanda and her husband Clive, 67, along with their nine children will now have their lives shown internationally, but that means the series has undergone a huge rebranding.

Independent distributor Cineflix Rights has purchased the show and is making it available on CBC in Canada, Discovery Networks in New Zealand, and Nine Network in Australia.

Amanda Owen’s Our Yorkshire Farm gets major rebranding with new title as bosses sign global deal

These will only be the first two seasons of the four produced that will be available, but it is hoped that the Owens will be as popular around the world as they have been in the UK.

As they head to new countries, the show will be renamed My Big Family Farm.

Cineflix Rights Acquisitions Manager Richard Life told Television Business International: “We are absolutely delighted to build on Channel 5’s UK success with the series and to make My Big Family Farm a worldwide success. . “

Amanda Owen and her family on their way to international success


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“The show is a quintessentially charming mix of endearing family figures, beautiful scenery and nature struggling against the elements, which proves irresistible to buyers from a diverse range of countries, all looking for escape content. . “

The move marks a big step for Amanda, who first starred with her husband Clive on TV in ITV’s The Dales when they had just five children, in 2011.

They then appeared in New Lives in the Wild UK in 2015, which gave them the confidence to go it alone with their families on a farm life program.

With the arrival of four more children, the Owens are back as TV favorites and they will soon be delighting viewers overseas as well.

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