Keshet International completes raft of sales for foreign-language titles

Keshet International has inked numerous deals for foreign-language dramas it recently acquired and launched to market, licensing multiple series to broadcasters and streamers.

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Keshet International has inked numerous deals for foreign-language dramas it recently acquired and launched to market, licensing multiple series to broadcasters and streamers, and reaching audiences in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Slovenia, Brazil, and Indonesia.

“It has been a joy to pick-up every single one of these series and to share them with our clients. Each one stands alone in its own right, and together they’ve bolstered our already strong catalogue of foreign-language dramas,”  commented Keren Shahar, COO and President of Distribution at Keshet International.

In a multi-title deal, Keshet International has licensed the pay TV and SVOD rights of the following three foreign-language dramas to AMC Networks International for its channels in Spain and Portugal: all three seasons of “Blue Moon” (30x60’), “Dreaming of England” (6x60’), and the first two seasons of “Pørni” (6x30’).

Keshet International has already completed sales into 45 territories to date, including to HBO Max across Latin America. The global producer and distributor has also completed an additional raft of sales of Israel’s highest rating drama since 2015, Koda Communications’ “Line in the Sand” (8x60’). Following recent sales into France (Brut X), Germany (RTL), Belgium (BeTV) and Australia (Paramount+), the company has also licensed the series to Globoplay in Brazil; Sports Media Venture for Mola in the recently launched territories of the UK and Italy, alongside Indonesia; and Filmin in Spain. Moreover, it has pre-sold the second season of “Line in the Sand” to both Mola and Filmin.

In France, SerieClub (which is owned by TF1 and M6) has acquired the pay TV rights to “Furia,” Monster Scripted and X-Filme Creative Pool’s 8x60’ tense crime thriller. Keshet International has already completed sales of “Furia” with Viaplay in 26 territories (including Poland and the Baltics); SBS in Australia, with home entertainment rights going to Potential Films; Cellcom tv in Israel; Filmin in Spain; and Mola TV in Indonesia. In addition, the company has completed its first sales for the following titles: “Journey” (6x30’) to RTV Slovenia and “Grupa” (12x60’) to Mola in Indonesia.

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