"Trust No One"
Prior to launching it to market at MIPCOM 2023, Keshet International (KI) has sold the thriller "Trust No One" (9x60’) to Netflix in multi-territory deal that will see the global streamer premiere the Israeli drama co-exclusively in Israel and exclusively in 19 key territories worldwide, including the UK and the USA; and co-exclusively in Israel with Keshet 12 following the broadcast of the series finale.
Produced by Shenhar Productions and co-created by an all-star team - including Ron Leshem ("Euphoria"), Amit Cohen ("False Flag"), Daniel Amsel ("Valley of the Tears"), and Ofir Lobel ("What A Wonderful Country"), who also directs - "Trust No One" is regarded in Israel as Keshet’s biggest upcoming drama launch for some years.
Kelly Wright, KI’s MD of Distribution, says, “We are thrilled to be working with Netflix to launch what is one of Keshet’s most anticipated dramas in recent years to viewers in Israel alongside 20 other key territories around the world. 'Trust No One' has all the key ingredients you've come to expect from a high-stakes Israeli thriller – secrets, lies, spies, and edge-of-your-seat twists – led by compelling characters in a global plot that will entertain viewers all over the world. We’re eager to start talking to buyers in Cannes this MIPCOM about the territories in which this high-stakes drama is still available to acquire.”
Avi Nir, Keshet Media Group’s CEO, comments, “'Trust No One' is the fruit of many years of hard work by Keshet's drama department led by Karni Ziv, the creators - Ron Leshem, Daniel Amsel, Amit Cohen and Ofir Lobel, and an excellent cast led by Yehuda Levi and Yael Elkana. I am glad that after our broadcast on Keshet 12, Netflix viewers around the world will also be able to enjoy one of the best and most original thrillers created in Israel.”
Starring Yehuda Levi in the lead role of Itamar, "Trust No One" is a high-stakes thriller about how information is power, but knowledge brings pain. As the youngest-ever director of the most powerful intelligence agency in Israel, Itamar is facing the crisis of his life: a cyber security leak is exposing the Israeli Security Agency's (ISA) top agents one by one - starting with Shuruk (Luna Mansour), daughter of a Hamas leader who he recruited to spy on her own father when she was just 17 years old.
'Trust No One' has all the key ingredients you've come to expect from a high-stakes Israeli thriller – secrets, lies, spies, and edge-of-your-seat twists – led by compelling characters in a global plot that will entertain viewers all over the world” Kelly Wright KI’s MD of Distribution