RED ARROW STUDIOS INTERNATIONAL SIGNS DEALS FOR SCRIPTED TITLES IN EUROPE

Broadcasters in France, Germany, and Belgium acquire premium dramas "Bosch" and "The Bank Hacker", alongside comedy-drama series "Californian Commando" and "Sense of Tumour".

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Red Arrow Studios International has secured a raft of deals for its premium drama and comedy-drama titles in France, Belgium, and Germany. The deals were brokered by Tobias Schulze, VP Sales for France and German-speaking territories at Red Arrow Studios International.

Tim Gerhartz, SVP Global Sales at Red Arrow Studios International, said: “We have a broad and varied slate of scripted content, which helps us effectively meet the needs of broadcasters internationally. We’re delighted audiences in Europe will soon be able to enjoy this array of new drama series.”

GLOBAL SALES

France Télévisions has taken Seasons Four and Five of acclaimed crime drama "Bosch", produced by Fabrik Entertainment, a Red Arrow Studios company, for Amazon Studios. "Bosch" is Amazon’s longest-running Prime Original series and is based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels, with Titus Welliver (‘Lost’) starring as homicide Detective Harry Bosch.

SALTO in France and RTBF in French-speaking Belgium have acquired the bold, feel-good comedy-drama "Sense of Tumour" (8x52'), produced by Sylvester and VRT for VRT (Belgium). The series explores how the near-death experience of an ambitious young medical student teaches him how to truly live.

In Germany, ProSiebenSat.1. has picked up the pay-TV rights to quirky comedy series "Californian Commando" (10x24’). Produced by Fire Monkey Productions for Elisa Viihde (Finland), "Californian Commando" is a fish-out-of-water comedy series which sees a privileged young American forced to join the Finnish army. Also for Germany, Polyband has taken crime thriller "The Bank Hacker" (8x50’), produced by De Mensen for VTM (Belgium). "The Bank Hacker" follows a teenager who joins a team of expert
con men and commits a daring bank heist.