Cineflix Rights Closes Slew of Sales in the Nordics


Cineflix Rights has sold more than 100 hours of content from its scripted slate to platforms and broadcasters across the Nordics.

Season two of the crime series Whitstable Pearl, produced by Buccaneer Media, was picked up by SVT (Sweden), Yle (Finland), TV2 (Denmark), NRK (Norway) and Acorn TV (Nordics).

Viaplay Nordics acquired seasons one and two of Yoav Gross Productions’ Manayek, an Israeli police corruption thriller. The platform also bought ELEPHANT’s Rebecca, a fast-paced crime drama set in Paris.

HBO Max in the Nordics bought the eight-part Icelandic political drama The Minister, produced by Sagafilm.

All four seasons of the supernatural series Wynonna Earp, from IDW Entertainment, Cineflix Studios and SEVEN24 Films, was sold to C More across the region.

Sýn hf in Iceland, meanwhile, picked up season four of the long-running crime procedural Coroner, produced by Muse Entertainment, Cineflix Studios and Back Alley Films.

“The Nordic region continues to be an incredibly competitive market, and so we’re thrilled to see our growing scripted slate is proving popular across a variety of channels and streamers,” said Sandra Piha, senior VP of sales, pan-regional, U.K., Eire and Scandinavia at Cineflix Rights.