More Co-Production Deals Roll In at Mipcom

Production studios continue to secure international programming deals at Mipcom, including Discovery Communications, DQ Entertainment and Classic Media.Discovery Communications has scored new programming deals with European third-party broadcasters to air

April 6, 2018

Production studios continue to secure international programming deals at Mipcom, including Discovery Communications, DQ Entertainment and Classic Media.

  • Discovery Communications has scored new programming deals with European third-party broadcasters to air a combined 200 hours of content from across Discovery's portfolio of networks. The agreements were negotiated by Discovery Enterprises International, the company's program sales and licensing arm. Air partners include: TF1's (France) free digital terrestrial channels NT1 and TMC to air the latest seasons of Discovery series "Deadliest Catch" and "Man vs. Wild;" RTI-Mediaset Group (Italy) for "Man vs. Wild," "I Was Bitten" and "Untamed and Uncut;" La Sexta (Spain) for "Next World," "Destroyed in Seconds" and "Prototype This!;" Cuatro (Spain) for season 4 of "Man vs. Wild" ("El Último Superviviente") and "Not Your Average Travel Guide; Alpha TV (Greece) for docu-dramas "Nostradamous," "The Flight that Fought Back" and "Last Mysteries of the Titanic."
    • DQ Entertainment's "Lassie and Friends" has secured Super Prod for French-speaking Europe co-production rights, as well as exploitation of the French version of the series worldwide. The deal was signed in association with French broadcaster TF1. The 52-episode animated series is being co-developed by DQE with Classic Media. ZDF Group maintains the co-production rights for the series in Germany and German-speaking Europe.
      • August Media Holdings of Singapore has tapped animation house Scrawl Studios to serve as co-producer on a number of children's properties from Classic Media. The first projects will be focused on "George of the Jungle" and "Mr Magoo," as well as a primetime series from comedian Jay Ward. Scrawl Studios is based in Southeast Asia.
        • Australian-based SLR Productions is pitching tween book series "Dream Dogs" by Aimee Harper from HarperCollins Children's Books. The title will be developed into a 26x30 live-action series—SLR's first foray in the category.
          • Splash News, a Los Angeles-based content provider, teamed up with Shankly Productions to co-produce "Ultimate Hollywood Countdown." The celebrity factoid clips series (13x30) will be available for broadcast in April 2011.

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