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Two new BBC titles will join Telefónica’s pay-TV catalogue in Spain next month, adding to the large list of British content broadcast by Movistar+.

broken 24 november 2017Following its extended partnership with the UK public broadcaster, Movistar+ will premiere Broken and Born to Kill on Movistar Series and Movistar Series Xtra, respectively.

The same agreement has enabled the Telefónica platform to exclusively premiere Blue Planet II for Spanish audiences.

Broken and Born to Kill will join other British titles aired by Movistar+ and available on-demand, including Line of Duty, Downton Abbey, Tin Star, The Tunnel, The Honourable Woman, The Missing and Grantchester.

Starring Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones) and created by Jimmy McGovern, Broken tells the story of a catholic priest dealing with the daily issues of a small community in Northern England.

The four-episode show Born to Kill will initially premiere on the linear platform and will then be available on-demand from 16 December. Starring Jack Rowan (Beowulf) and Romola Garai (The Miniaturist), the mini-series has been the second most watched programme in the UK so far this year, with an average of 2.6 million viewers.