Hit BBC drama Hotel Babylon will air on Australia's Nine Network from April 9 after the conclusion of a deal with BBC Worldwide's Sydney office.
The drama, which lays bare the inner workings of the hotel industry, stars Max Beesley, Tamzin Outhwaite, and Australian actress Natalie Mendoza.
It has flourished on BBC One, where nearly 6 million viewers tuned in for scandal, intrigue and bad behaviour over its 8-week run.
"Hotel Babylon has found the perfect home on Nine," said Amber Knight, BBC Worldwide Australasia's Sales Manager.
"It really is a testament to the breadth and versatility of our drama catalogue."
"We believe Hotel Babylon will be a great success on Nine. It fits well within our slate of quality international drama and we're pleased to have completed this agreement with the BBC for its Australian broadcast," added Michael Healy, the Nine Network's Director of Programming.