Acorn TV and CBC Buy Love Me; PBS Int’l sells Holocaust shows. Carved international lands Fukushima doc

Acorn TV and CBC Acquire Love Me

Acorn TV and CBC in Canada are among the buyers of Melbourne drama love mefollowing transactions with DCD Rights, a UK-based distributor.

Romantic series now purchased by Viaplay (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Netherlands), CBC (Canada) streaming service, CBC Gem, Acorn TV (UK, Spain, Portugal and India), Hot (Israel), DBS (Israel) and Pickbox (Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro and Bulgaria).

The show, which has already been sold in Hulu in the United States, is Warner Bros. International television in Australia Foxtel. It is adapted from the original Viaplay, Olska Meg Created by Josephine Bērnebusha.

PBS Int’l will sell the Holocaust show

PBS International has acquired the rights to sell the Ken Burns series, The United States and the Holocaust.

The three-part documentary is from Florentine Films and is directed and produced by Burns, Lina Novik and Sarah Botstein. Explores America’s response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises in history. The series will be shown on September 18, 19 and 20 on the US channel PBS.

The show was partly inspired by the exhibition “Americans and the Holocaust” at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, using first-person stories and interviews with prominent historians and writers to explore the tragedy.

Woodcut Int’l arrives in Fukushima doc

Discovery has acquired the right to publish private factual documents in the United States and Southeast Asia Fukushima: nature in the danger zone.

The show, produced by Paul Woodcutting (Woodcut West), was also acquired by Irish TG4, UKTV and SBS following a deal with distributor Woodcut International.

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