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LOS ANGELES, March 24: Hulu has ordered a new original series, which examines a family at the center of a controversial faith-based movement, from Jason Katims and writer/creator Jessica Goldberg.
NEW YORK, March 24: HISTORY is in development with Knightfall, a scripted series that looks at the events leading up to and following the persecution of the Knights Templar.
NEW YORK, March 24: AMC Networks International has made a raft of acquisitions for first-run original series and miniseries, in a bid to fuel the growth across Sundance Channel Global's linear and authenticated VOD and TV Everywhere services.
LONDON, March 24: BBC Worldwide has secured a deal for an Israeli version of The Great Bake Off, marking its first format agreement with Keshet.
HONG KONG, March 24: FOX International Channels (FIC) has acquired the exclusive pay-TV rights to air the late-night talk show Conan in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia.
LONDON, March 24: Channel 5 has tapped Oxford Film and Television to create a six-part series that explores the dramatic last days of some of the most famous figures in history, from Mary Queen of Scots to Rasputin.
CHEVY CHASE, March 24: Travel Channel in the U.S. has lined up a local version of Slow TV, a unique entertainment format created by Norway's NRK.
LONDON, March 24: ESPN Player has launched a new channel dedicated to the Extreme Fighting Championship (EFC) in Europe, providing live coverage of the mixed martial arts organization.
SYDNEY, March 24: BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) has licensed more than 200 hours of music and arts programming to Foxtel Arts, a new network that is due to debut later this month.
TEL AVIV, March 24: Armoza Formats' celebrity interview series How to Be has been ordered for a second season by German pubcaster ZDFNeo, while Norwegian public broadcaster NRK ordered a first run.
NEW YORK, March 24: A group of former and current Pixar and DreamWorks Animation employees have banded together to create The Book of Mojo, a new CGI fantasy series being funded through a crowdsourcing campaign.
MAINZ, March 24: ZDF Enterprises has unveiled the jury panel for its MIPDoc Co-Production Pitch, which will take place in Cannes April 11.
SYDNEY, March 24: Network Ten has commissioned The Great Australian Spelling Bee, a new family entertainment series from Shine Australia.
NEW YORK, March 24: The NBA has inked a multiyear deal with Univision Deportes, the sports division of Univision Communications, to launch exclusive Spanish-language content across multiple platforms.
LONDON, March 24: CBBC in the U.K. is partnering with Radio 1 for a new Sunday evening chart show.
TORONTO, March 24: Canada’s TVO and Knowledge Network are set to debut The Great War Tour with Norm Christie, which commemorates the 100th anniversary of World War I.
HÖHENKIRCHEN/MUNICH, March 24: Mia and me: The Ride has made its world premiere at Yumble, a new indoor theme park located in the Netherlands.
PARIS, March 23: The ways in which Millennials and their content consumption habits have dramatically transformed the media business will take center stage at MIPTV next month.
LONDON, March 23: Pay-TV revenues in North America are said to have peaked in 2013 at $102.86 billion, with the latest forecast from Digital TV Research showing declines on the horizon.
LONDON, March 23: Starting this fall, ITV2 will become the exclusive U.K. free-TV home for Family Guy, thanks to a deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.
LONDON, March 23: The BBC has ordered a slate of new, original comedies for its digital catch-up service BBC iPlayer.
NEW YORK, March 23: Izzet Pinto, the founder and CEO of Global Agency, discusses the company's MIPTV highlights and hot format genres.
PARIS/TEL AVIV, March 23: Federation Entertainment, Armoza Formats, CANAL+, Channel 10 and Yetsira Ivrit have teamed up for a second season of Hostages: The Original Series, a critically acclaimed psychological thriller.
NEW YORK, March 23: Snoop Dogg is partnering with HBO to develop a new drama series set in early '80s Los Angeles, lining up Allen Hughes (Book of Eli, Menace II Society) to direct and executive produce.
MAINZ, March 23: ZDF Enterprises (ZDFE) and Bonafide Films have entered into a first-look agreement, aimed at scripted projects for the U.K. and international markets.
MIAMI, March 23: Through a deal between NBCUniversal and FIFA, U.S. Hispanic networks Telemundo and NBC Universo are set to air 560 hours of soccer across multiple platforms this year.
HONG KONG, March 23: Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific is slated to launch World Heritage Channel, a new pan-regional premium documentary network celebrating mankind's greatest treasures, in Asia.
LONDON, March 23: This MIPTV, FremantleMedia plans to introduce international buyers at the market to Extreme Love, a new reality dating format from Studio Glam Productions.
SHERMAN OAKS, March 23: GRB Entertainment has sold its medical factual programs Untold Stories of the ER and Diagnosis X to broadcasters around the world.
MEXICO CITY, March 23: Televisa Internacional’s kids’ talent show format Little Giants (Pequeños Gigantes) has been picked up in Poland, airing on that country’s TVN channel.