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all3media international Inks Volume Deal with Pickbox NOW


all3media international has secured its first deal with Pickbox NOW, with more than 25 hours of drama headed to the SVOD service.

The SVOD platform Pickbox NOW—which covers Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro—has acquired the first six-part installment of Blood, a Company Pictures Production. The psychological thriller stars Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty) and Carolina Main (Unforgotten). all3media international launched the second season at MIPCOM.

The deal includes four titles from scripted label Two Brothers Pictures, including Back to Life, the latest comedy from the Fleabag producers. Pickbox NOW also secured a selection of prime-time drama thrillers: Baptiste, Strangers (a.k.a. White Dragon) and Cheat.

All titles were produced in association with all3media international.

Ranka Horvat, acquisition specialist at Pickbox NOW, commented “I’m very pleased to work with the all3media international team on our first drama acquisition—their portfolio is packed with premium scripted titles from the best producers in the business. Strong partnerships with forward-thinking, dynamic distributors such as all3media international are vital to our ongoing strategy to deliver exciting, intriguing and innovative content to Pickbox NOW’s growing subscriber base.”

Anna Maslowska, sales executive at all3media international, added, “The Pickbox NOW team recognize the ever-growing demand for quality drama and are tailoring a new way of watching TV for audiences across the region. It’s great to partner with Pickbox NOW in our first collaboration and we look forward to working with them in the future as their success continues.”

About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]


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