Globo's "Pantanal" will be available now in Poland. Due to an agreement with Ampersand Fiction, the production will be offered on Novelas+ and its streaming platform. An audience leader during its broadcast in Brazil, the telenovela reached channels such as Chilevisión in Chile, Telefe in Argentina, and Telefuturo in Paraguay, in addition to SIC in Portugal and HRT in Croatia. The production is also available in Latin America (except Brazil) on the Paramount+ platform. The new version of "Pantanal" was adapted by Bruno Luperi and is expected to be released in December in the country. The plot was written 32 years ago by Benedito Ruy Barbosa.
The deal with Ampersand Fiction also includes the licensing of two International Emmy-winning telenovelas: "Empire" and "Precious Pearl." With Alexandre Nero ('The Path' and 'Brave Woman'), Lilia Cabral ('Edge of Desire' and 'Looks & Essence'), and Marjorie Estiano ('Under Pressure') in the cast, "Empire" tells the story of José Alfredo, owner of a jewelry business and obsessed with power.
"Precious Pearl" follows the romance between Franz and Amélia, played by Bruno Gagliasso ('Merciless') and Bianca Bin ('The Other Side of Paradise'), and the obstacles they need to face in order to be happy with their daughter Pérola (Mel Maia, from 'Brazil Avenue').
"We are very happy to bring these Globo successes to Eastern Europe and continue to engage the region's audience. We want our content to reach an ever-increasing audience and thus get to know our Brazilianness, which, together with our quality, are our differentials. Last year, also in partnership with Ampersand Fiction, we took 'Brazil Avenue' and 'Sweet Diva' to the territory. I am sure that new opportunities will arise from this agreement", commented Guilherme Jordão, Globo's Content Distribution & Partnerships.
"Our collaboration with Globo started in 2022 with 'Sweet Diva' and the international hit 'Brazil Avenue' and is being reinforced today with three new amazing series. We are delighted to partner with such an iconic company and look forward to ever closer cooperation in the future," said Mathurin Beauvert, Ampersand Fiction's Head of Fiction.