DCD Rights has sold more than 250 hours of its diverse programming to leading platforms and broadcasters across multiple territories in CEE.“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," James Anderson of DCD Rights said."We are very pleased to have secured sales of our extensive range of programming with our many clients in CEE, and look forward to furthering in-person meetings at NATPE Budapest this week.”
The list of deals brokered by DCD’s Sales Manager, James Anderson, Pickbox has acquired prestige dramas, "Love Me," a Warner Bros. International Television Australian Production for the Foxtel Group in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, and Bulgaria, as well as "Hidden Assets," directed by Emmy-nominated Thaddeus O’Sullivan and starring Angeline Bell, and the second series of Australian produced "The Secrets She Keeps," starring Laura Carmichael.
A package of 156 hours of unscripted series including "Phantom Signals," "Haunted Encounter"s and "The Day My Job Tried To Kill Me" has been sold to DOX TV, a channel specializing in high-quality documentaries, for its platform across Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, North Macedonia, and Montenegro. Whilst Profour Media Distribution, which covers Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, has acquired all four series of the critically acclaimed "Frankie Drake Mysteries" detective series, produced by Shaftesbury Productions and starring Lauren Lee Smith.
Poland’s TV Spektrum has picked up high-end documentaries "Secret Nazi Bases" Series 1 & 2, "World’s Greatest Ships Series" 1 & 2, in addition to Series 5 & 6 of hit factual entertainment series "Aussie Gold Hunters" and "Aussie Gold Hunters: Treasures." Also in Poland, BBC Earth has secured Scottish Islands With Ben Fogle which follows the adventurer as he takes a very personal pilgrimage across Scotland’s remotest isles. Saudet Media has acquired Bosnian rights for both series of Portuguese and Galician thriller Dry Water produced by Portocabo and starring Victoria Guerra.
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. We are very pleased to have secured sales of our extensive range of programming with our many clients in CEE, and look forward to further in-person meetings at NATPE Budapest this week.” James Anderson DCD Rights