2 FEB 2023

Mediaset España and Fremantle signed a new strategic deal

Mediaset España and Fremantle have signed a strategic agreement for the format “Got Talent España”; the production of a new edition of “Got Talent: All-Stars”; and the development of new family entertainment formats.


Mediaset España and Fremantle have signed a strategic agreement that includes a long-term contract for the format “Got Talent España”; the production of the pioneering edition in Europe of “Got Talent: All-Stars”; and the search, experimentation and production of new family entertainment formats, which both companies will develop together following the model of “Game of Talents” (“Guess What I'm Doing Tonight”).

"We are very pleased to embark on a new journey with Fremantle with this agreement, which consolidates the already close relationship between the two companies and moves towards the consolidation by Mediaset España of a family offering in its programming grid,”  said Alessandro Salem, CEO of Mediaset España.

Andrea Scrosati, Group COO and CEO Continental Europe of Fremantle, declared: "We are very proud to have reached this partnership agreement with Mediaset España, which reflects our excellent relationship with the group. Thanks to it, we will continue to create and produce various entertainment projects in the coming years."

Manuel Villanueva, General Director of Content at Mediaset España, added: "After the experience of working together with Fremantle, this agreement solidifies and enhances the high degree of understanding that has always existed between both companies and, in addition, the appearance of a new development of 'Got Talent' will contribute to the brand's growth."

Lastly, Nathalie Garcia, CEO of Fremantle Spain, remarked: "At Fremantle we are very excited about this new agreement that strengthens the ties between the two companies. In addition to strengthening our commitment to 'Got Talent' and, now, with the first edition of 'Got Talent: All-Stars', we will continue to work together in the development and production of new projects.”

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