MIP TV: Content Television nets new deals as Netflix, Screen media, Globosat and HBO acquire drama | News | Rapid TV News
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As part of its ongoing collaboration with leading UK producer World Productions, Content Television, a division of Content Media Corporation, has shipped its feature drama United to a host of international territories.

As it launched Line of Duty at MIP-TV, Content Television revealed that football drama United, starring David Tennant, Dougray Scott and Jack O’Connell, has been picked up in the USA and Canada following a major acquisition by Netflix for subscription VOD rights and Screen Media for broadcast and video rights. These will include transaction VOD and EST in the USA and Canada. Also concluded is a significant pan territory Pay TV deal with MVS Television which will see the programme airing throughout Latin America alongside an acquisition by Globosat for broadcast in Brazil.

Commented Greg Phillips, President at Content Television:  “We are very pleased to announce this significant roster of international deals for United … The team at World Productions are experts in creating powerful drama, full of outstanding performances and high production values. Content such as this is always hugely popular with our global clients and we are looking forward to achieving similar success with Line of Duty, a thriller which is sure to keep audiences gripped from beginning to end.”

Added Simon Heath, Creative Director at World Productions, “Greg and the team at Content Television have done a fantastic job in ensuring United reaches its potential on the international stage and we are very pleased to continue our relationship with the launch of Line of Duty at MIP-TV. United received fantastic critical acclaim when it aired in the UK, and we are confident the film will prove hugely appealing to viewers around the world.”