Fremantle sells "The Curse of Von Dutch: A BrandTo Die For" to various broadcasters

The Intellectual Property Corporation production has been acquired by broadcasters in Australia, Canada and New Zealand, the UK, and Africa, among various other regions.

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Fremantle announced a raft of sales for its title, "The Curse of Von Dutch: A Brand to Die For." “As expected, this premium docuseries has been a pre-sales hit with broadcasters across the globe and we can’t wait for their audiences to tune in," Harry Gamsu, VP Acquisitions, Non-Scripted Content, International at Fremantle said. "It has been great working with IPC and Hulu, to share the scandalous past and stranger than fiction characters of this iconic early 2000s fashion brand.”

Produced by Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC) for premium streaming service Hulu, "The Curse of Von Dutch: A Brand to Die For" has been acquired by Prime Video in Australia, Canada and New Zealand, as well as Disney for FOX Channel in Belgium, The Netherlands. Broadcasters in the UK and Ireland also acquired the series. The distriubtion follows a presentation  Fremantle Autumn distribution slate of high-end factual programming.

 Other Multi-regional deals have also been secured with the likes of free to air channel eTV in Africa, Nordic streaming service Viaplay for Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Doku TV for Eastern Europe. Other broadcasters who have acquired the series include Cosmote TV (Greece) and Series On by Naver Webtoon (Korea).

"The Curse of Von Dutch: A Brand to Die For" chronicles the true story behind the rise and fall of the 2000s most iconic fashion trend. In this epic character-driven saga, Venice Beach surfers, gangsters, European garmentos and Hollywood movers and shakers all vie for control of the infamous brand — pushing it from obscurity to one of the most recognizable labels on Earth. 

As expected, this premium docuseries has been a pre-sales hit with broadcasters across the globe and we can’t wait for their audiences to tune in. It has been great working with IPC and Hulu, to share the scandalous past and stranger than fiction characters of this iconic early 2000s fashion brand.” Harry Gamsu VP Acquisitions, Non-Scripted Content, International, Fremantle