Universal Networks Int'l picks up 'Shattered'
Foreign pay TV rights to Canadian cop dramaTORONTO -- NBC Universal's Universal Networks International (UNI) has picked up the foreign pay TV distribution rights to "Shattered," the Canadian cop drama from E1 Entertainment and Force Four Films.
The 13 one-hour series will also air on Universal Channel and 13th Street Universal.
UNI earlier picked up the pay TV rights to the Syfy Universal production "Haven" and the ABC cop drama "Rookie Blue," both co-produced by E1 Entertainment.
Shot in Vancouver, "Shattered" portrays a homicide detective with an identity disorder, played by Callum Keith Rennie, solving murder cases with his partner, played by Camille Sullivan.