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Bell Media, 20th Century Fox strike CraveTV content deal

The deal will see the first two seasons of Homeland added to the service, as well as a raft of dramas.
February 9, 2015

Bell Media and 20th Century Fox have struck a multi-year exclusive content deal for the Canadian media co’s streamer CraveTV.

The deal includes a raft of procedurals and dramas, including Homeland, Graceland, Salem, Legends and Sirens.

Homeland was left out of CraveTV’s previously announced deal with Showtime, the drama’s home channel in the U.S., but the Fox agreement will see seasons 1 and 2 added to the streaming service. (Homeland‘s first window belongs to Canadian pay TV channel Super Channel.) Season 3 of Homeland is airing on Bell Media’s Bravo channel and will be added to the service following its conclusion.

CraveTV will play host to the 10-episode first season of espionage thriller Legends starring Sean Bean and Ali Larter; the 13-episode first season of witchcraft thriller Salem starring Janet Montgomery and Shane West; the first two seasons – 25 episodes – of crime drama Graceland and the first season of Chicago EMT drama Sirens, the latter  available today.

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