Red Arrow Studios International has entered into a large number of European remastering deals for four of its text formats – mother louseand the Danny Lewinskyand the Matching and the Einstein.
The French company M6 ordered a shortened domestic version of mother louse, with a 200 x 3.5 minute series produced by Indy Cult Story.
Originally produced by Bing Film & TV for AvroTros/NPO3 in the Netherlands, the series is set in an elementary school – a small community with its own playground rules, rival parents, quirky teachers, and the least voluntary homework: checking children for head lice.
In Poland, Telewizja Polsat commissioned TFP to make a local adaptation of the drama format Danny Lewinsky. The 65×60 minute German series was originally created by Marc Terjung and produced by Markus Brunnemann and UFA Fiction for Sat.1
The series has already been locally adapted in Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, and Belgium and is also in development by CBS in the United States. It follows a former barber with a law degree, and when every traditional law firm in town turns her down, they decide to change the world of mall law practice.
from Matching The format was selected in five different regions. The circus has completed production of the first season of 10×15 minutes of a Turkish adaptation, in collaboration with Fabrica Yapim.
Entre Chien et Loup is currently in production in a local version for French-speaking Belgium, which will launch on publisher RTBF and the BeTV platform. The format was also selected by Sputnik Productions for the Netherlands and Belgium, and Boomerang TV Productions for Spain.
Originally produced by Ape and Bjørn for NRK Norway, Matching (20 x 14 min) Tells the story of Stian – a turbulent twenties in his life whose life receives constant commentary from two sports presenters.
In the Czech Republic, Sirena Film has produced the first season of the recently launched domestic version of Crime Actions Einstein A large group.
Created and produced by Zeitsprung Pictures for German SAT.1, the original film is about Felix, a scientific genius and great-grandson of Albert Einstein, who is forced to work with the police to solve crimes with his brilliant and eccentric mind.
Tim Gerhartz, who was appointed president and CEO of Red Arrow Studios International in April, commented: “As the demand for local language content continues to grow across Europe, we are seeing local European broadcasters looking for successful script formats. They have a proven track record as a means of achieving improvement in their offerings in the field “. .
Red Arrow Studios International recently signed a deal with Disney-owned Hulu that will see US-only SVOD acquire a range of reality entertainment, as well as a collaborative entertainment format development partnership with Japanese broadcaster Asahi.
Last month, the company also partnered with New York and London-based Playground Entertainment to co-develop a recurring English-language drama series based on the novels of Belgian author Georges Simenon and Inspector Magritte.