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The Spanish prison drama series Vis a Vis has been acquired by Amazon Prime Video for its US video-on-demand (VOD) catalogue in a deal secured by Mediapro’s Imagina International Sales and Atresmedia International Sales.

vis a vis amazonThe series became the first Spanish drama to premiere on the UK’s free-to-air TV, and has been sold to 65 countries worldwide following its success in Spain.

Produced by Mediapro’s Globomedia, the series has aired two seasons on Spain’s Antena 3, reaching an average three million viewers and getting a 17% share per episode.

According to Atresmedia, Vis a Vis is the spearhead of a well-planned international strategy which has seen several Spanish productions conquer audiences worldwide. In fact, series like Velvet and Gran Hotel (which has also been adapted by Televisa and Univision) are available in 110 different countries.