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  • Lantern completes $289m Weinstein deal (Published in News) 17-07-2018
    Dallas-based private equity group Lantern Capital has completed a US$289m deal for the assets of The Weinstein Company, which went bankrupt after sexual assault claims against co-founder Harvey Weinstein.
  • C4 explores Secret Lives of Slim People (Published in News) 17-07-2018
    Channel 4 in the UK has ordered a consumer health show that will examine and unlock the behaviours and eating patterns of people who appear to be naturally slim.
  • YouTube – International (Published in Alerts) 16-07-2018
    SCHEDULE WATCH ALERT: YouTube is deploying a set of content commissioning principles that wouldn’t look out of place in the linear world.
  • YouTube sprinkles Sugar on Premium (Published in News) 16-07-2018
    YouTube has ordered a show to be exec produced by Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine that sees stars meeting fans who have contributed to their local communities.
  • Starz gets taste for more Sweetbitter (Published in News) 16-07-2018
    US cablenet Starz has ordered a second season of Sweetbitter, its half-hour drama based on Stephanie Danler's novel of the same name.
  • HBO orders Whedon sci-fi drama (Published in News) 16-07-2018
    US premium cablenet HBO has ordered a sci-fi drama from Joss Whedon about Victorian women who must use their new-found supernatural abilities to change the world.
  • Das Erste collars family drama Racko (Published in News) 16-07-2018
    German broadcaster Das Erste has ordered a family show about a city dweller who returns to live in the foothills of the Alps after he inherits a farm and its dog.
  • Sky Vision sells Guide to Cheating Death (Published in News) 16-07-2018
    UK-based distributor Sky Vision has acquired sales rights to the second season of factual show A User’s Guide to Cheating Death.
  • US gov’t appeals AT&T’s Time Warner deal (Published in News) 13-07-2018
    The US government is to appeal the recent ruling that gave the go-ahead for telecoms firm AT&T to complete its US$85.4bn acquisition of Time Warner, parent company of Warner Bros, HBO, Turner and CNN.
  • Sundance goes short with Nick Hornby (Published in News) 13-07-2018
    SundanceTV in the US has ordered a 10-part shortform comedy from the UK- and Australia-based prodco behind Top of the Lake, with Stephen Frears set to direct.
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