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France’s M6 snags CBS drama ‘Why Women Kill’

M6 in France has extended its licensing deal with CBS Studios International, picking up exclusive rights to Why Women Kill as well as adding The Good Fight and Dynasty to its schedules. Why Women Kill is from Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives) and debuted on US streaming service CBS All Access in August, with Imagine Television […]

Russia’s Amedia TV strikes multi-year licensing pact with CBS Studios Int’l

Russian pay-TV broadcaster and SVOD Amedia TV has struck a multi-year licensing deal with CBS Studios International covering such shows as The Twilight Zone (pictured) and other CBS All Access originals.  As part of the agreement, Amedia TV will license a variety of CBS All Access programmes, including forthcoming shows Why Women Kill and Stephen King’s The Stand, which […]

TBI Weekly: US studios brace for tough questions from global buyers

As major US studios prepare to reveal their new scripted wares to international buyers, there is an atmosphere of confusion and disorganisation in Los Angeles as the terms of trade hang in the balance.  It may still be May but June gloom has descended upon many international execs at this year’s LA Screenings, which is […]

New ‘Star Trek’ series voyages to Canada with Bell

Bell Media has acquired Canadian rights from CBS Studios International to the new Star Trek series focusing on Patrick Stewart’s Jean-Luc Picard character. News of the Canadian deal follows an announcement earlier this week that Amazon has taken international rights to the show in more than 200 territories outside the US and Canada. The new, […]

Sky takes expanded CBS slate, brings FBI to the UK

Sky UK and CBS Studios International have prepared an expanded licensing agreement for CBS programming, which will see new drama FBI head to the channel in the UK. FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is from Emmy Award-winner Dick Wolf […]

CBS sends James Corden to China

CBS Studios International is sending The Late Late Show With James Corden to China. The studio has licensed the CBS talk show into Chinese platform iQiyi – marking the first time it will be made available in China. One of China’s biggest digital services, iQiyi features a slate of English-language content, including original programming from […]

HBO Espana snaps up Charmed reboot

The CW’s Charmed reboot is heading to Spain. CBS Studios International has sold SVOD rights to the series, which launches on The CW on October 14, into streaming service HBO España. The SVOD platform, which launched in the territory in November 2016, will air the show day-and-date with the US. The sale marks the first […]

Blue Ant brings CBS titles FBI & Charmed to Asia

Blue Ant Media, an international content producer, distributor and operator, is bringing fresh CBS Studios International titles FBI and Charmed (pictured) to its Blue Ant Entertainment channel in Asia. Other CBS titles to appear on the network will include Bull, the CBS and Amblin Television-produced drama, as well as Entertainment Tonight, The Late Show with Stephen […]

CBS taps Parrot Analytics for audience demand data

LA-based data firm Parrot Analytics has signed a deal with CBS Studios International to provide them with real time audience demand data and analysis. The partnership will ‘provide CBS Studios International with timely and actionable data to gauge audience demand for specific content.’ Parrot says it has developed the world’s only cross-platform measurement and analysis […]

CBS & RTL Belgium sign multi-year content deal

CBS Studios International and RTL in Belgium have signed an exclusive, multi-year content agreement for new season titles. Included in the agreement will be CBS’ new series FBI, Charmed and A Million Little Things from Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment. In addition to the new series, the deal extends RTL’s right to broadcast current library series […]

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