The French leading media company has acquired the first and the second season of the show for its platform


"Little Coincidences"


Spanish distributor Onza has closed the sale of the first and the second season of the romantic comedy series "Little Coincidences" with French public broadcaster France Télévisions. The series will be launch on on November 19th with French dubbing.  

According to Nathalie, Biancolli, Head of International Fiction/ Acquisitions and Coproductions for France Télévisions, "'Little Coincidences' is a great opportunity to show the Spanish talents and to offer new European programs to our audience".

Carlos Garde, director of Onza Distribution says "we are really glad that an Onza production is becoming an international success. Having France Télévisions as a partner is a great opportunity for the show to keep growing, especially since they are betting for the first and second season".

"Little Coincidences" is a co-production between Onza, Medio Limón and Atresmedia Studios. The show was the first Spanish project with the Amazon Exclusive label. Amazon Prime Video aired the show in Spain, Latam and the US. "Little Coincidences" has been already been aired in Antena 3 and in Amazon Prime Video. These series have 2 seasons and the third and last season is about to finish its production.

The show is also being adapted by the NBC and Universal Studios for a US remake by the screenwriters of "The Good Place" under the name "Someone Out There". The show has also been sold to Russia, Baltic countries, Latam, and Finland among other countries.

"Little Coincidences" is a romantic comedy about a couple who don’t know each other, but they both experience separately a strange phenomenon which will make them look for one another.

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