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Harry: The Interview Sold to 77 Territories


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ITV Studios has inked a raft of global deals for its exclusive Prince Harry interview, Harry: The Interview, with 77 territories around the world and more to come.

The 90-minute program, originally broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX on January 8, sees Prince Harry talk to journalist Tom Bradby about his life story. It has since aired across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and Brazil.

ITV Studios has brokered deals with TF1 for France, RTL for Germany and the Netherlands, Discovery for Italy, TV2 for Denmark, DPG for Belgium, TV4 for Sweden, MTV3 in Finland, VGTV Norway and C More for Denmark, Finland and Sweden. Network Seven has taken rights for the interview in Australia, TVNZ in New Zealand, Paramount+ in Canada, Globo in Brazil, Now TV in Hong Kong, Discovery in Poland, VMI in Ireland and DBS in Israel. A pan-African deal with M-Net sees the interview available in 54 territories, and a pan-regional deal for CEE with CME Nova covers the Czech Republic, Slovak, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria, with more to be announced across the globe in the coming days.

Harry: The Interview is produced by ITN Productions, and he sales come from the ongoing relationship between ITV Studios and ITN Productions.

Ruth Berry, managing director of global distribution at ITV Studios, said: “We have been thrilled to give our global buyers the chance to show Tom Bradby’s extraordinary interview with Prince Harry so soon after its original broadcast and for their viewers to experience the story behind the headlines firsthand.”

Ian Rumsey, managing director and executive producer at ITN Productions, said: “We are delighted to partner with ITV Studios on this landmark interview. Their unrivaled influence across the globe has ensured that audiences worldwide can share in this unprecedented and historic moment.”








About Jamie Stalcup

Jamie Stalcup is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jstalcup@worldscreen.com.

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