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

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AMANDA Owen goes global and Our Yorkshire Farm will undergo major changes. Channel 5 has been drawing in millions of fans in the UK but the programme will soon be watched by viewers internationally.

The show follows writer Amanda, 47, and her family and has been a staple of the British box since it first aired, in 2018. However, the shepherdess and her close ones are set to become worldwide stars as audiences from 25 territories around the globe will be able to tune in to Our Yorkshire Farm.

Indie distributor Cineflix Rights bought the show and will be making it available on CBC in Canada, Discovery Networks in New Zealand and Nine Network in Australia.

For now, only the first two seasons out of four will be available but there's no doubt international viewers will be asking for more.

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