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SynProNize & ATV Bring Hercai to Pakistan


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SynProNize has sold the romantic drama series Hercai from Turkey’s ATV to TVOne in Pakistan.

Hercai is the story of an impossible love born of vengeance between two families with thousands of years of history. Miran is seeking revenge for his parents’ death so he plans to marry (and destroy) Reyyan, the daughter from the family responsible for that death. He unexpectedly falls in love with Reyyan.

Hercai has now been sold into more than 35 countries. SynProNize is also finalizing additional ATV program deals for Turkey.

Nitin Michael, co-founder of SynProNize, stated: “SynProNize is extremely pleased to leverage our strong industry networks to both source and license premium dramas such as the fantastic series we are bringing into Pakistan. TVOne gets to offer its discerning viewers a stellar production, which has enjoyed great success in Turkey and elsewhere. Its audiences are sure to enjoy the program.”

Ahmed Zakaria, head of strategic partnerships and alliances and special projects at Airwaves Media, said, “TVOne is excited to broadcast a fantastic series from Turkey. Our audiences demand top-quality international programming and Hercai fits the bill. We thank SynProNize for continuing to find us special content.”

ATV’s Müge Akar, content sales deputy manager, said, “ATV is thrilled that SynProNize has shared our beloved series Hercai with Pakistan audiences at TVOne. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Hasnaa and Nitin for future collaborations. We believe Hercai will be a milestone in terms of Turkish drama sales to Pakistan.”








About Kristin Brzoznowski

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

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