Red Arrow International


Show of the Week: The Weekly

Distributor: Red Arrow Studios International Producer: The New York Times, Left/Right Broadcaster: FX, Hulu (US) Logline: The first narrative news TV series from The Gray Lady The New York Times is looking to build on the success of its popular podcast The Daily with a 30-part doc series that goes beyond the headlines and into […]

Endeavor Content hires WDR exec for European sales drive

Finance and sales firm Endeavor Content has hired former WDR and Red Arrow International exec Nicole Offergeld as its German-language director of TV sales. The exec joins the Killing Eve distributor as it looks to expand its European footprint. In the newly created role, which is based in Munich, she is to oversee sales of […]

ProSiebenSat.1 merges Red Arrow with digital in restructure

ProSiebenSat.1 Media is to reorganise its business into three pillars encompassing entertainment, content production and global sales, and commerce respectively. The German broadcaster, which held its capital markets day yesterday, said over 50% of its revenues now come from outside the traditional TV advertising business. Key to the reorganisation is the combination of linear TV […]

MIPCOM slates – Red Arrow & Zed

Red Arrow International A Red Arrow International format in which families hand over responsibility of buying their home is headed for MIPCOM. Buying Blind comes from Red Arrow Group-owned Kinetic Content, but was first produced by Snowman Productions for TV3 in Denmark. Joining it on the Red Arrow slate is The Spouse House, also from […]

TBI Weekly: The UK’s international platform challenge

This week the UK TV industry has had its eye on what the rise of global platforms means for its local market, something that many territories will be thinking about as SVOD and digital services continue to attract young adult viewers. In his autumn statement, BBC director general Tony Hall discussed how he plans to […]

Television can help the aged

Red Arrow International’s head of non-scripted, Harry Gamsu, discusses TV’s role in the health and well-being of an ageing population. Social experiment formats always seem to garner the headlines. In taking a subject that is relevant and resonant, and digging deep to explore it from the inside, these shows can reveal much about the current […]

Returning miniseries

Distributors will tell you that if they could have one drama production in their portfolio it would be an evergreen returning franchise that rakes in the cash year after year. But this doesn’t alter the fact that TV movies, minis and limited runs are also regarded as valuable assets and are increasingly getting recommissioned as […]

Digging into CEE

The number of pay TV homes in Central and Eastern Europe are set to fall, but international distributors tell TBI business in the region is booming A Digital TV Research report earlier this year forecast the number of pay television homes in Central and Eastern Europe to fall in 18 territories across the region in […]

Red Arrow re-ups Bastin at Fabrik

Henrik Bastin, the CEO of LA-based Fabrik Entertainment, has renewed his contract at the Bosch prodco. His new deal is described as “multi-year”, as Fabrik continues developing US projects such as TNT’s The Deep Mad Dark, an FX series based on novel Ancillary Justice, The Limit for AMC and Midnights for USA Network. He has […]

New Zealand gets Married at First Sight

New Zealand network Three is getting its own version of Red Arrow International format Married at First Sight. The MediaWorks-owned channel will produce its version ahead of broadcast between October and December this year, and has licensed a new package of English-language versions of the format from the UK, US and Australia. MediaWorks already runs […]

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