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Following its launch at MIPTV in April, Vanity Fair is now available in more than 70 territories across Europe, Africa via M-Net and in Asia on SVOD service, BBC First, BBC Player and ITV Choice.
The drama, produced by Mammoth Screen and Amazon Studios, makes its debut in the U.S. later in 2018 and has also been picked up by French-Canadian pubcaster SRC for its linear and SVOD platforms, as well as in Australia (BBC First), Belgium (VRT), Italy (LaF via Sky Italy), Russia (Channel 1), Spain (Movistar+), Iceland (RUV), Estonia (ETV), Norway (NRK), Latvia (Latvian Television), the Netherlands (NPO) and across CEE with HBO.
Sister Pictures’ Cleaning Up, also part of ITVS GE’s slate, has been picked up in Poland (CANAL+), Iceland (RUV), Ireland (Virgin Media Television), New Zealand (Sky NZ), Australia (Seven) and also on BBC First and BBC Player in Asia. Meanwhile, in France, a deal has been struck for Tetra Media Studio’s Un Village Francais with RMC Story, the first secondary sale for the show in the territory.
Across Asia, there have been a host of deals for new shows. These include Harlots in India (SonyLIV), South Korea (KT Corp), Malaysia (Astro Malaysia), Australia (SBS for On Demand and SBS Viceland) and New Zealand (Lightbox); The City and the City (Australia, ABC; New Zealand, Sky NZ; Asia, ITV Choice); Hatton Garden (Australia, Seven; New Zealand, Sky NZ; Asia, BBC First, BBC Player and ITV Choice); Age Before Beauty (Astro Malaysia; Australia, BBC First; New Zealand, Lightbox); and foreign-language drama Greyzone (Malaysia, Channel W; Australia, SBS and SBS On Demand; New Zealand, TVNZ OnDemand).
There has also been a wide range of returning scripted deals for some of ITVS GE’s biggest shows, such as Poldark, which include Bilibili China and RMC Story in France; Vera, where ABC in Australia will have the territory premiere for the first time; and Victoria, which will be available for the first time on Sony India.
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