All3Media International has signed a host of new deals for FLX’s acclaimed Swedish thriller "Blinded/Fartblinda", which has now traveled across five continents including Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia. The latest round of sales in Europe includes a deal with Disney+ where the thriller will play in Portugal. The second series has recently wrapped production and is set to premiere on Swedish broadcasters CMore and TV4 on May 16. Season two is based on Carolina Neuraths’ Gränslösa, a follow-up novel to Fartblinda.
These deals follow previously announced European sales in Germany, which has taken three windows for the FLX series including PROSIEBENSAT.1 MEDIA SE, public broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk and streaming service Magenta TV. NPO (Netherlands), TV Nova (Czech Republic), Sýn hf (Iceland) and Communidad Filmin (Spain) have also taken the acclaimed financial thriller. Broadcast partners across the rest of the world include Sundance in North America, Now TV in Hong Kong and SBS in Australia.
Maartje Horchner, EVP Content at All3Media International commented, “It is fantastic to see so many broadcasters continuing their commitment to 'Blinded/Fartblinda' as we await the anticipated second season. With a fresh round of deals and new series soon to premiere, it is clear there is a strong demand for this clever and captivating thriller across the global market. The latest season offers a masterclass in compelling, intelligent storytelling, and combined with stellar performances, stunning production value, and a taut, timely script, we look forward to continuing to bring the brilliant adaptation of Carolina Neurath’s novels to viewers around the globe.”
Julia Ragnarsson and Matias Varela return in this compelling new series, as financial journalist Bea Farkas and bank director Peder Rooth whose affair resulted in disastrous consequences across both their professional and personal lives when Bea discovers a secret about the Peder’s Stockholm bank. In addition to Julia Ragnarsson and Matias Varela, confirmed cast for the show includes Julia Dufvenius Albin Grenholm, Johan H:son Kjellgren, Lisette Pagler and Christian Wennberg.