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Broadcasters, platforms across CEE buy drama and factual from DCD Rights

Australian romantic drama Love Me

Broadcasters and platforms across the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region have acquired more than 250 hours of drama and factual shows from UK-based distributor DCD Rights.

Streamer Pickbox has acquired Warner Bros’s Australian drama Love Me, season two of Australian drama The Secrets She Keeps and Irish drama Hidden Assets for its platform in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Bulgaria.

Documentary channel Dox TV has picked up a package of 156 hours of unscripted series for Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Montenegro. These include Phantom Signals, Haunted Encounters and The Day My Job Tried to Kill Me.

Profour Media Distribution, which covers Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, has acquired all four seasons of detective series The Frankie Drake Mysteries, produced by Shaftesbury Productions.

Polish broadcaster Spektrum TV has picked up seasons one and two of documentaries Secret Nazi Bases and World’s Greatest Ships, in addition to seasons five and six of factual entertainment series Aussie Gold Hunters and Aussie Gold Hunters: Treasures.

Also in Poland, BBC Earth has secured travel series Scottish Islands with Ben Fogle, which follows the adventurer as he takes a very personal pilgrimage across Scotland’s most remote isles.

Finally, France-based company Saudet Media has acquired Bosnian rights for both seasons of Portuguese and Galician thriller Dry Water, produced by Portocabo.

“CEE continues to be a very important region with a growing number of platforms, and broadcasters keen to acquire both scripted and unscripted, high-end content,” said James Anderson, sales manager at DCD Rights.


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