Wolf Creek


SVT buys Anglo-Welsh drama Bang

SVT in Sweden has bought crime drama Bang, which was created in both English and Welsh. Bang premiered on Welsh pubcaster S4C earlier this month and was sold to SVT by Banijay Rights. The 8x60mins drama is produced by Joio and Artists Studio for S4C. Set in the steel town of Port Talbot, it features […]

Report: Seven to exit SVOD joint venture

Seven West Media is set to pull out of its joint venture subscription video-on-demand platform Presto, according to local reports. Rather than agreeing a full financial year agreement for the service with JV partner Foxtel, Seven Network’s parent reportedly has opted for a six month budget. The Australian reports Presto is under “extreme pressure” from […]

Wolf Creek to go Pop in US

Australian psychological drama Wolf Creek is heading to US cable channel Pop. Pop has licensed the one-hour drama from Lionsgate, which in turn has sublicensed distribution rights in Latin and North America from Zodiak Rights. Pop is a joint venture of Lionsgate and US broadcaster CBS focusing on entertainment, drama and unscripted formats. It will […]

Fox scoops UK Wolf Creek as Outcast goes big

Fox UK has bought Wolf Creek, the Australian series based on the eponymous horror movie series. The deal hands Fox the UK rights to the six-part series, and the pay TV channel will launch it on August 30, in a 10pm slot. Wolf Creek is distributed by Zodiak Rights, which struck the deal. It follows […]

Zodiak Rights takes buyers to Wolf Creek

Zodiak Rights is taking Australian SVOD horror Wolf Creek to Cannes next week. The 6x60mins show, from Screentime and for on-demand service Stan, toplines the Banijay Group-owned distributor’s scripted slate. The show has a built-in marketing buzz from the successful 2005 movie of the same name. It is the first original for Stan, the Australian […]

Wolf Creek remake is Stan’s debut original

Australian SVOD platform Stan is getting into the originals game by working up a pair of drama series. The first is Wolf Creek, an adaptation of the Australian horror film that’s now in development, while the other is titled Enemies of the State. The news comes just weeks before Netflix enters the Australian market, and […]