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  • Valkyrien visits Oz, Germany (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    SBS in Australia and Deutsche Telecom in Germany have picked up Nordic noir drama Valkyrien from financier and distributor About Premium Content.
  • Hulu closes East Los High (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    US streamer Hulu is bringing the curtain down on original drama East Los High after four seasons and will end the show with a one-off special.
  • Hugh Grant joins BBC’s Scandal (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    UK actor Hugh Grant will return to TV for the first time since the early 1990s to star in forthcoming BBC drama A Very English Scandal.
  • NBC gives its verdict on Trial & Error (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    US network NBC has ordered a second season of Trial & Error, which puts a comedic spin on the recent flurry of murder documentaries.
  • Insurrection, Grand Scheme link up (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    LA-based production outfit Insurrection Media has linked up with three producers from UK firm Grand Scheme Media to develop and produce dramas for European networks and streamers.
  • DRG signs up with Synchronicity (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    Modern Times Group-owned distributor DRG has made its latest drama push by agreeing a sales deal with UK indie Synchronicity Films.
  • Starline revs up Cuban Soul (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    UK distributor Starline Entertainment has acquired worldwide sales rights to David Soul’s classic car documentary, Cuban Soul.
  • Universal shows appetite for Little Lunch (Published in News) 22-05-2017
    NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment has picked up an Australian comedy series for its Universal Kids network, which is getting rebranded from Sprout later this year.
  • CNN unscripted to explore Vatican, Detroit (Published in News) 19-05-2017
    CNN in the US is expanding its original unscripted slate with five new shows, including a six-part documentary about the Vatican.
  • Lifetime lands Zeta-Jones drugs drama (Published in News) 19-05-2017
    A+E Networks-owned US cablenet Lifetime has greenlit a drama about real-life drugs kingpin Griselda Blanco starring Catherine Zeta-Jones.
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