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CBS Licenses Endemol Shine Format Hunted

BURBANK: CBS is adapting the format Hunted, based on a Shine TV series that sees participants tracked by investigators on a nationwide manhunt.  The series is being developed for broadcast based on the format of the U.K. show, which was developed and created by Shine TV. Endemol Shine North America ...

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Lionsgate Content Heading to China’s iQIYI

SANTA MONICA/BEIJING: A string of U.S. blockbusters such as The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 and Allegiant are scheduled to launch on Chinese online video platform iQIYI following a deal with Lionsgate. As part of the long-term output deal, iQIYI will have an exclusive SVOD and TVOD window for ...

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FX Greenlights More Fargo

LOS ANGELES: FX has ordered a third installment of the limited series Fargo, which comes from creator Noah Hawley. Emmy Award-winning executive producers Hawley, Warren Littlefield, Joel and Ethan Coen, and John Cameron will all return for the new installment. FX's Fargo is produced by MGM Television and FX Productions, ...

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Chinese Nickelodeon Attraction to Open Doors by 2020

NEW YORK: A new Nickelodeon-branded attraction is set to go up in China by 2020, at an estimated cost of $1.85 billion. The project, which will be built in Sanshui New Town, will be Nick’s first branded attraction in the country. Viacom International Media Networks struck the deal for the ...

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Novovision Names COO

PARIS: A new chief operating officer has been put in place at Novovision, with Leo Perez appointed to the post. Perez will relocate from Los Angeles to the company’s Paris headquarters, where he will take charge of its operations, sales and business development. He will report to Novovision's CEO, François-Xavier ...

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Hulu Builds On Content Deal with Viacom

SANTA MONICA: Hulu and Viacom have renewed and expanded their content partnership with a new multiyear agreement that sees Hulu become the exclusive SVOD home to a number of hit series from Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and MTV. The deal continues ...

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La Liga Lands $2.8 Billion Domestic TV Deal

MADRID: The Spanish football league La Liga has signed a domestic TV deal worth a minimum 2.65 billion euros ($2.8 billion) for the next three seasons. Telefonica's Movistar will have first choice of one match from each round of fixtures for 250 million euros ($265 million) a season. Mediapro will ...

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eOne Signs Package Deal with SKY New Zealand

AUCKLAND: SKY in New Zealand has extended its contract with Entertainment One (eOne), resulting in a raft of new films becoming available across SKY Movies channels, as well as on-demand. The Age of Adaline and Pride will soon become available to SKY Movies customers. A wider package of movies from ...

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