NATPE: Fremantle Places 200 Hours

FremantleMedia International has sold more than 200 hours of programming across numerous genres in Latin America.

April 6, 2018

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FremantleMedia International has sold more than 200 hours of programming across numerous genres in Latin America at the NATPE Miami television marketplace, taking place now in Florida.

“FremantleMedia International’s presence across Latin America is stronger than ever,” says Sheila Aguirre, executive vice president, content distribution and format sales, Latin America, Caribbean and Hispanic U,S., FremantleMedia International. “Given the breadth of our portfolio, our relationship with Latin American broadcasters remains extensive."

In addition to slew of series sales, FMI has also signed package deals with both Millicom and Digital Latin America for programming on both their linear and digital platforms. 

In the world of scripted kids and family entertainment, HBO Family has signed on for the third season of "Wizards vs Aliens" across Latin America.

Sony Pictures Television Network has picked up season 10 of "America’s Got Talent," Turner has taken season 11 of "Project Runway" and Globosat in Brazil has bought the docu-series "The Fashion Fund."

Globosat is also on board for season one of the Mr. T hosted comedy, "World’s Craziest Fools," while Turner will air the latest season of the therapeutic comedy "Web Therapy."

Latin America will also be cooking up some tasty lifestyle programming with Globosat in Brazil taking a full menu of Jamie Oliver titles, including "Save With Jamie" season one, "Jamie And Jimmy’s Food Fight Club" season two, "Jamie’s Comfort Foods" season one. Fox Life is also on board to serve "Save With Jamie" throughout Latin America. 

In the world of factual entertainment, "Tattoo Nightmares: Miami" is heading to Latin America Turner; Turner has also picked up season five of "Auction Hunters"; season two of "Storage Wars Canada" is headed to A&E Networks; and Globosat in Brazil has bought season five of "Live from Abbey Road" and "Untold History of the U.S."

Globosat will also become the home of several of FMI’s prominent scripted dramas including seasons one and two of the female prison world of "Wentworth," the medical drama "Monday Mornings" and "Full Circle."

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