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Knightfall Notches Up New Deals


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With a raft of new agreements in place, A+E Networks has sold the drama series Knightfall into 200-plus territories.

New licensing agreements have been closed with HISTORY in the U.K., Italy and South Korea; Canal D for French-speaking Canada; Euro TV in France; Deutsche Telekom in Germany; OTE Cinema 1 in Greece; Manoto and the Starz Play SVOD service for the Middle East. Also on board the Knights Templar drama are Box Channel in New Zealand; Viasat pay channels for the Nordics, Russia and CEE; HBO in Poland; TVSeries in Portugal; Ren TV in Russia; SABC in South Africa; Dramax and K-Star in South Korea; HBO in Spain and Andorra; Nitro and Neox – Antena 3 in Spain; and True ID, True ID TV and True TV in Thailand.

The new broadcasters add to the list of territories currently airing Knightfall, which includes SBSTwo in Australia; HBO and Cinemax in Central Europe, Poland, Spain and Andorra; iQiyi and BesTV in China; Sirkus in Iceland; YES in Israel; FilmBox Premium in Central and Eastern Europe; and iflix in Southeast Asia. The series also airs on HISTORY in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia.








About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at kbrzoznowski@worldscreen.com.

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