NBCU Inks Volume Deal with TV3 Group


NBCUniversal Global Distribution has licensed a slew of programs from its content slate to TV3 Group to air in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The pact encompasses first-run and library films and scripted TV series, animated series, Telemundo Súper Series, TV movies and direct-to-video movies, as well as unscripted series from NBCUniversal.

The agreement includes hit movies such as the Jurassic, Bourne and Fast franchises; animated films such as Abominable, Trolls World Tour, The Croods: A New Age, Minions: The Rise of Gru, The Boss Baby: Family Business and Sing 2; Academy Award-winning films such Belfast and BlacKkKlansman; period films such as Downton Abbey and Emma; horror-thrillers including NOPE, Halloween, The Forever Purge and The Invisible Man; comedies like Girls Trip, This is 40 and Blockers; and musicals like Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!, Cats and Dear Evan Hansen.

TV3 Group’s viewers will also have access to current scripted drama and comedy series such as La Brea, Chicago Fire, Law & Order (season 21), The Equalizer, Young Rock, Pretty Hard Cases and Devils; library shows including Downton Abbey and The Bold Type; unscripted series Below Deck and competition series including The Titan Games and Making It hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.

TV3 Group also acquired animated kids’ series, including Dragons: Race to the Edge, All Hail King Julien, Zafari and Curious George.

TV3 Group CEO, Christian Anting, said: “We are thrilled to enter into this multiyear partnership with NBCUniversal and once again bring our viewers the best in entertainment; content that targets a variety of different generations through a wide selection across all genres—from blockbuster movies and series, including Academy Award winners, to horror-thrillers or musicals, and of course, most-watched and loved animated films and series for kids and families.”

Belinda Menendez, president and CRO for NBCUniversal Global Distribution, said: “We take great pride in the breadth and quality of NBCUniversal’s content portfolio and are delighted that we’ll be able to entertain Baltic viewers with our outstanding films and TV series for many years to come through this new partnership with TV3 Group.”