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French dramas Infiniti, Paris Police clock up international sales via StudioCanal

Sci-fi series Infiniti comes from Empreinte Digitale and Federation Entertainment Belgique

International buyers including SBS in Australia and TV2 in Norway have acquired original drama series from French distributor StudioCanal.

As well as SBS and TV2, sci-fi series Infiniti has been picked up by AMC Networks International (AMCNI), Now Studio in Hong Kong, Nova in Greece, Go3 for the Baltics and Hot in Israel.

The series, produced by Empreinte Digitale and Federation Entertainment Belgique, explores a complex paradox that takes viewers on a journey navigating between the vast plains of Kazakhstan and the silence of outer space.

Meanwhile, the first season of period crime drama Paris Police 1900, a Tetra Media Fiction and AFPI production, has been acquired by MHZ in the US and Canada, Viasat World for its Epic Drama channel across CEE, Baltics and CIS, RTSH in Albania, Prime Video in India, Cellcom in Israel, Cirkus across Scandinavia, Cosmo in Spain and Vodafone Ziggo in the Netherlands.

Previously announced sales of Paris Police 1900 include those to the BBC in the UK, Sky Deutschland and Italia, and SBS. The show will return to original broadcaster Canal+ shortly for its second season, Paris Police 1905.

Other series for which StudioCanal has recently secured sales include comedy La Flamme, which is produced by MakingProd and Entre 2 et 4 and returned to Canal+ for a second season in spring.

The show has been picked up by Now Studio (Hong Kong), Radio Canada (French-speaking Canada), Cellcom (Israel) and RTP (Portugal).

UFOs, aka OVNI(s), a Montebello Productions creation returned to Canal+. It has been acquired by MHZ , TV5 (French-speaking Canada), AMCNI (Latin America and Brazil) and Filmin (Spain and Portugal).

Finally, Spiral (aka Engrenages) has been picked up by AMCNI (Spain), Europa+ (Mexico), C-More (Scandinavia) and M7 Channels (Hungary and Romania). The International Emmy-winning and Bafta-nominated franchise, produced by Son et Lumière, has aired for eight seasons in France.

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