Fremantle has scored a raft of deals to bring The Curse of Von Dutch: A Brand to Die For to markets around the world.
Produced by Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC) for Hulu, the series charts the rise and fall of the 2000s fashion brand. Prime Video has picked up the series in Australia, Canada and New Zealand; Disney for FOX Channel in Belgium and the Netherlands; and hayu in the U.K. and Ireland.
Other deals were secured with the free-to-air channel eTV (Africa), Viaplay (Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland), Doku TV (Eastern Europe), Cosmote TV (Greece) and Series On by Naver Webtoon (Korea).
Harry Gamsu, VP of acquisitions, non-scripted content, international, at Fremantle, said: “As expected, this premium docuseries has been a presales hit with broadcasters across the globe, and we can’t wait for their audiences to tune in. It has been great working with IPC and Hulu to share the scandalous past and stranger-than-fiction characters of this iconic early 2000s fashion brand.”