Abacus Media Rights closed a raft of new sales to Benelux

Abacus Media Rights (AMR), an Amcomri Entertainment Company, announced multiple sales of non-fiction programming and drama series to Benelux ahead of the next edition of Mipcom Cannes.

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Abacus Media Rights (AMR), an Amcomri Entertainment Company, announced multiple sales of non-fiction programming and drama series to Benelux ahead of the next edition of Mipcom Cannes, which is going to be celebrated on October 17-20 at the Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France.

In detail, SBS (Belgium) has picked up “Married to a Psychopath,” “Aussie Kids A&E,” “The Granny Killer: The Unsolved Murders,” and “Murdered at First Sight,” with BBC Studios acquiring “Hope Street” (Seasons 1-2) for their BBC-branded channel BBC First (Benelux). “The Missing Children,” “This is Joan Collins,” “The Beatles and India,” “Evolve,” “Escape from Kabul,” “Mariupol: The People’s Story” (w/t), “Griff’s Canadian Adventure,” “Girl Taken,” “Porn King: The Rise & Fall of Ron Jeremy,” “Race and Medical Experiments,” “Look Away,” “30 Greatest Moments: Adele,” “The Fire Within: A Requiem for Katia and Maurice Krafft,” “Missile from the East” and “Falklands: Island of Secrets” have been sold to VRT (Flemish Belgium) plus “Vikings: The Rise & Fall,” following National Geographic’s window.

Furthermore, Discovery (Benelux) will air “Could Hitler Have Been Stopped: The Politics of Appeasement,” and Betv (French Speaking Belgium) has secured “Sort Of” (Seasons 1-2). In addition, AMR has secured sales for “Mariupol: The People’s Story” (w/t), “The Cavern Club,” “The Beatles and India,” “Ronnies,” “Lennon’s Last Weekend,” “Agatha Christie: 100 Years of Poirot and Miss Marple,” “Megalodemocrat,” “This is Joan Collins,” and “Sort Of” (Season 2) to NPO (The Netherlands). “30 Greatest Moments: Adele,” “The Sheriffs are Coming” (Seasons 8-9) and “Porn King: The Rise & Fall of Ron Jeremy” have been sold to RTL (The Netherlands).

“AMR’s portfolio is continuing to expand with a diverse range of highly watchable scripted and unscripted content. We are delighted that this programming has such strong appeal in Benelux right now. As we continue to grow, we have a raft of new programming set to launch which we are looking forward to sharing with our global clients next week at Mipcom,”  said Hana Palmer, Head of Sales at Abacus Media Rights.

AMR’s portfolio is continuing to expand with a diverse range of highly watchable scripted and unscripted content.” Hana Palmer Head of Sales at Abacus Media Rights