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PREMIUM, May 18: Disney Media Distribution unveiled a slate of new offerings from ABC, among other networks, while Lionsgate touted the returning Nashville as well as several new shows for various outlets.
International buyers head off to the Hollywood studios to screen the new series picked up by the broadcast networks.
The star of Jane the Virgin talks about this season’s surprise hit TV series.
SYDNEY, May 18: Free TV Australia has released new findings that quantify, for the first time ever, Australia’s commercial free-to-air broadcasters’ contribution to the Australian economy, to the independent production sector and to Australian viewers.
NEW YORK, May 18: Showtime's revival of Twin Peaks is moving forward, after a month-long halt due to budget disagreements, with an expanded order and David Lynch back on board.
PARIS/NEW YORK, May 18: A three-way co-production between HBO, Sky and CANAL+, The Young Pope is coming to TV with Jude Law in the lead role.
NEW YORK, May 18: While last year there were a slew of formats featured in prime time in the U.S., there are only a small handful on the newly unveiled 2015-16 schedules of the major American broadcast networks.
LONDON, May 18: ITV has unveiled its plans for Victoria, a new eight-hour drama series focused on the early life of the titular queen, due to debut later this year.
SYDNEY, May 18: Australian SVOD service Presto has announced plans to ramp up its 5,000 hours of streaming content.
LONDON, May 18: U.K. indie Red Planet Pictures has established a non-scripted arm, to be led by former Channel 5 factual commissioning editor Simon Raikes.
TEL AVIV, May 18: Yle in Finland is getting a local version of Nobody's Perfect, a dating show from the Armoza Formats catalogue.
PALISADES PARK, May 18: Alfred Haber Television, which recently acquired the exclusive free-to-air international rights for the reality series Wicked Tuna, has already sold the title into Germany and France.
LONDON, May 18: Six new retailers have been added to Brand Licensing Europe’s Retail Mentoring Program, due to launch this month.
TOKYO, May 18: Japanese pay-TV broadcaster WOWOW has made several changes to its senior-level management team, including promoting Nobuya Wazaki to chairman.
DALLAS, May 18: North American anime company FUNimation Entertainment has picked up the U.S. rights for the new Japanese animated film The Boy and the Beast.
CULVER CITY, May 18: The Millennial-targeted MCN Maker Studios has brought in writer and director Luke Hyams to serve as head of international content.
TORONTO, May 18: Rock & Roll Preschool, a new tour featuring the popular children's entertainment group The Wiggles, is slated to kick off in the U.S. this September.
LOS ANGELES, May 15: The Turks have turned out to be the tonic that the international indie distribution sector needed this week to energize its business.
LOS ANGELES, May 15: Days after its cancelation on FOX, the single-camera comedy The Mindy Project has been picked up by Hulu for its original programming slate.
LONDON, May 15: BBC Three has commissioned a third season of its hit comedy Cuckoo, while also ordering the new series Flat TV.
LONDON, May 15: Discovery Networks International has given the go-ahead to the documentary Aftershock: Disaster in Nepal, which examines the massive earthquakes that rocked the country earlier this spring.
LOS ANGELES, May 15: During the L.A. Screenings, Azteca announced that it will produce a Mexican version of the cooking show MasterChef, in partnership with Endemol Shine Latino.
NEW YORK, May 15: Frederic Soulie, the senior VP of global distribution at Saban Brands, talks to World Screen Newsflash about how things have progressed since the establishment of the company's global content distribution unit, and shares the latest developments on Power Rangers, Popples and Luna Petunia.
LONDON, May 15: AMC Networks International has commissioned Circle Films to produce Donal MacIntyre: Unsolved, which will air in prime time this fall on CBS Reality in the U.K. and Poland.
LONDON, May 15: Channel 4 has commissioned RDF Television to produce a three-part series of Million Pound Properties, having previously aired an hour-long documentary of the same name exploring the rising cost of properties in the U.K.
LONDON, May 15: The new two-part ITV current-affairs series A Very Public Education will see the head teachers and pupils from state and private schools trade places to sample life and learning on the other side of the ‘education divide.’
LONDON, May 15: all3media international has licensed the format Sexy Beast for local adaptations in China, Korea, Germany and Lithuania.
NEW YORK, May 15: The CW and Just For Laughs have entered into a new agreement that covers broadcast and digital content.
TORONTO, May 15: Canada’s TELETOON launched today an online pilot for Bob! the Slob, an interactive comedy available on the network’s English and French websites.
LONDON, May 15: Coolabi Group has signed agreements with five new licensing partners for Clangers, a preschool series that is due to debut on CBeebies in the U.K. and Sprout in the U.S. this summer.
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