BBC acquires non-English dramas ‘Señorita 89’ & ‘KaDeWe’ in Fremantle deal

UK pubcaster the BBC has acquired two new non-English language dramas, Señorita 89 and KaDeWe – Our Time Is Now, from distributor Fremantle. Both shows will launch in the UK later this year, with the 8 x 60-minute Señorita 89 delving behind the curtain of Latin America’s beauty pageant culture in the 1980s, where hidden amongst the laughter, […]

Starzplay & Pantaya prep ‘El Refugio’ drama with Fremantle & Fabula

Starzplay and Spanish-language streamer Pantaya have partnered with Fremantle and Chile-based prodco Fabula on a paranormal drama miniseries. El Refugio (The Shelter) follows a family as they experience an array of unusual phenomena apparently caused by an alien invasion, but which only appears on screens. The 6 x 60-minute show is based on an idea […]

HBO Max brings Spanish thriller ‘La Jauria’ to US audiences

WarnerMedia SVOD service HBO Max has acquired US streaming rights to Spanish-language drama La Jauria. The 8 x 60-minute psychological thriller from producers Fremantle and Fabula lands on the platform on 16 December and tells the story of a missing schoolgirl and the subsequent police investigation, which exposes a deadly online game that recruits men […]

Amazon extends Spanish thriller ‘La Jauria’ and ‘The Boys’

Amazon Prime Video has ordered a second season of Spanish-language psychological thriller La Jauria and a third run of The Boys. The first run of the Fremantle and Fabula-produced La Jauria aired earlier this month for audiences across Latin America and Spain. It followed the investigation into the disappearance of a young girl at a […]

Fremantle inks first-look deal with Fabula Pictures

Fremantle has signed an exclusive first-look deal with Oscar-winning production company Fabula Pictures. The deal will see Fremantle collaborate with Fabula to develop a slate of original English and Spanish dramas. Fremantle will distribute the projects worldwide. Fabula’s team will work with Fremantle’s global drama, EVP and creative director, Christian Vesper, and Fremantle’s president of scripted for […]