MIPTV round-up: Keshet leads line-up with ‘2025’; Red Arrow brings ‘Vienna Blood’

Keshet International will bring a varied line-up to MIPTV which is led by reality format 2025.

2025 is a reality series where contestants must gain social currency across 24-episodes. The series is currently premiering on Keshet 12 in Israel.

An additional reality series on the slate will be Spencer, Vogue And Baby Too (3 x 50’), where reality stars Spencer Matthews and Vogue Willams embrace the life-changing challenges of first-time parenthood.

Fact Ent titles Around The World By Train (6 x 45’), Mortimer & Whitehouse Gone Fishing (6 x 30’) and The Great Gardening Challenge (6 x 75’) will also make an appearance on the slate.

A trio of dramas will also be brought to market, including detective thriller Beyond Death (16 x 50’), superhero drama Schubert (12 x 50’) and thriller The Crow (12 x 50’).

Red Arrow preps diverse slate

Red Arrow Studios International is heading to this year’s MIPTV with a diverse slate of high-profile shows across scripted, formats and factual.

The distributor’s dramas will lead the slate including crime drama Vienna Blood (3 x 90’ or 6 x 45’), from Deep State writer Steve Thompson.

Further scripted highlights include Departure (6 x 45’), a high-octane conspiracy thriller about the shock disappearance of Flight 716, starring Emmy Award-winner Archie Punjabi.

Alongside this is Bad Mothers (8 x 45’), a dramedy from Australia’s Jungle Entertainment and Filthy Productions.

From its non-scripted roster, Red Arrow is bringing landmark New York Times series The Weekly (30 x 27’) to MIPTV, as the series prepares to make its US debut in June.

True crime series The Curse of the Vologne (4 x 45’), will also be on the slate, telling the tale of a tragic child murder the continues to haunt France.

Red Arrow’s MIPTV format launches will include home makeover show Renovate Don’t Relocate, The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes and Every Family Has a Secret.

DRG leads with “Happy Noir” drama ‘For Life’

DRG arrives at MIPTV this year with brand new scripted content and new and returning factual titles.

The distributor will move away from the Nordic Noir category for its scripted slate and include “Happy Noir” series For Life (8 x 60’), a drama series about the aftermath of the atrocities committed by Anders Breivik named 22 July (6 x 60’) and contemporary political thriller The Inner Circle (8 x 60’).

Factual titles will include history title Dynasties (4 x 60’), supernatural title Paranormal Captured (6 x 60’) and obs doc Animal Rescue School (6 x 60’).

Formats include The Brigade, Small Fortune and Sixth Gear.

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