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Red Arrow Studios International Sells Dramas into Asia


Red Arrow Studios International has inked new deals in Asia from its catalog of scripted titles.

Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific picked up the latest season of the crime drama Bosch for its Fox Crime channels. The 60×45-minute series is produced by Red Arrow Studios company Fabrik Entertainment for Amazon Prime Video.

Son Nam Media Company in Vietnam licensed the SVOD rights for seasons one to five of The Last Cop, as well as seasons one to three of the crime thriller Einstein, plus the feature-length spin-off The Einstein Mysteries.

Through a deal with Asiaplay, the conspiracy thriller Departure heads to Catchplay+ in Singapore, Indonesia and Taiwan.

In a pan-Asian agreement, Cinemaworld International acquired the cable rights for the feature film Let Me Go, inspired by Helga Schneider’s best-selling memoirs.

Tim Gerhartz, senior VP of global sales at Red Arrow Studios International, said: “Our diverse scripted catalog, which ranges from high octane thrillers like Departure to acclaimed, long-running crime dramas such as Bosch, means we’re able to work with a broad cross-section of players in Asia. I’m delighted we are building on our presence in this market and bringing compelling, must-watch content to audiences across the region.”

About Kristin Brzoznowski

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


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