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Sky Drives Off With Globe-Trotting Entertainment Format From Warner Bros’ Twenty Twenty

EXCLUSIVE: Sky is speeding up its multi-million-pound entertainment drive with a new globetrotting car competition series. I understand that the British pay-TV broadcaster has ordered Faster: Race The World, a six-part series from Warner Bros-backed producer Twenty Twenty. The show, which will air on Sky One later this year, is the broadcaster's first entertainment commission since it unve
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