- Titles including Departure, Bosch and The Last Cop head to Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Taiwan
Red Arrow Studios International has inked a wave of new deals with services in Asia across its portfolio of scripted titles.
Fox Networks Group Asia Pacific has picked up the latest season of long-running and acclaimed crime drama Bosch (60 x 45’),produced by Red Arrow Studios company Fabrik Entertainment for Amazon Prime Video, for its Fox Crime channels.
In Vietnam, Son Nam Media Company has taken SVOD rights for seasons one to five of the hit, long-running procedural drama The Last Cop (60 x 45’), produced by ITV Studios Germany for SAT.1. It has also picked up seasons one to three of crime thriller Einstein (32 x 45′), plus the feature length spin-off The Einstein Mysteries (1 x 90’), both produced by Zeitsprung Pictures for SAT.1 (Germany).
Additionally, Red Arrow has inked a deal with Asiaplay which will see the high-octane conspiracy thriller Departure (6 x 45’)head to Catchplay+ in Singapore, Indonesia and Taiwan. Departure stars Emmy Award-winner Archie Panjabi and Academy Award-winner Christopher Plummer and is produced by Shaftesbury and Greenpoint Productions in association with Corus Entertainment for Global (Canada).
In a pan-Asian deal, Cinemaworld International has acquired the cable rights to award-winning feature film Let Me Go. Inspired by Helga Schneider’s best-selling memoirs, Let Me Go is written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Polly Steele (Women Talking Dirty), and produced by In Trust Films.
Tim Gerhartz, SVP, Global Sales at Red Arrow Studios International, said: “Our diverse scripted catalog, which ranges from high octane thrillers like Departure to acclaimed, long-running crime dramas such as Bosch, means we’re able to work with a broad cross-section of players in Asia. I’m delighted we are building on our presence in this market and bringing compelling, must-watch content to audiences across the region.”
The deals were brokered by Joyce Dröse, Sales Manager for Asia at Red Arrow Studios International.