Cineflix Rights Sells North American Content Internationally


Cineflix Rights has closed multiple international deals for true-crime, history and science content from its North American producer partners.

Law&Crime Productions’ Killer Cases, which combines firsthand interviews with footage from U.S. murder trials, has been picked up around the world. Foxtel Crime and Investigation (Australia), Paramount+ and Pluto TV (Latin America) bought seasons one and two; CBC (Canada) acquired season one; Crime & Investigation Networks (Spain and Portugal) took season two; and All 4 (U.K.) picked up season three.

Multiple sales were completed for series from Hoff Productions. All 4 (U.K.), Paramount+ and Pluto TV (Latin America) acquired Jeffrey Dahmer: Killer Cannibal to All, John Wayne Gacy: Killer Clown’s Revenge and Ted Bundy: The Survivors. All 4 also picked up Green River Killer: Hunting the Monster, as did Foxtel Crime and Investigation (Australia). The Australian company bought Ted Bundy: The Survivors as well, as did Crime & Investigation Networks (Spain and Portugal) and n-tv (Germany). Battle of Alcatraz was picked up by AETN (U.K.), Channel 8 (Israel), Mediaset (Italy) and SBS (Australia).

From Cineflix Rights’ history slate, Go Button Media’s Secret Nazi Expeditions was sold to AETN (U.K. and EMEA), History Channel (Spain and Portugal), Mediaset (Italy), BILD (Germany), Foxtel History (Australia) and A&E (Latin America).

Smart Home Nation, produced by Efran Films, was acquired by Talit (Israel), AMC’s Decasa Network (Spain and Portugal) and Heim TV (Norway).

Richard Life, head of acquisitions at Cineflix Rights, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with some of the best producers in North America to provide high-quality series across a range of factual genres for our international buyers. We have some exciting new shows lined up for later this year but are actively seeking new shows to invest in, and our team will be on the ground at Realscreen and Banff to meet with producers and unlock the global potential of their IP.”