@todotvnews - 29/05/2015

Whats New in LatAm This Week?

Co-production becomes LatAm networks' new mantra, Mega premieres highest-rated Turkish drama ever, HBO Go launches as a standalone service in Brazil, Caracol undertakes "LatAm's most ambitious fiction", and more.

This Week in the News:
Co-production continues to grow in Latin America. The region's main broadcast networks have made it a priority, as they seek alliances and deals at the year's main tradeshows. Executives from Azteca, Ecuavisa, Caracol and Imagen share their views on the matter with ttvnews.
Mega premieres Leaf Cast, Turkey‘s highest-rated series. The Chilean network announced Kanal D's drama, which currently stands as the highest-rated ever in Turkish history, will premiere on Monday, December 4th. Locally titled La Familia, the series will premiere on the Chilean network at 4:15pm. 
HBO Go launches as a standalone service in Brazil. Already offered as a complement to several pay TV packages, HBO's streaming service is now available independently in the country, accessible through the Apple and Google digital stores for US$ 10.60 a month. Brazilian consumers can access HBO Go through their iOS and Android devices, as well as Apple TV and Android TV. 
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Caracol is undertaking what has been described as "Latin America's most ambitious and extensive series": Bolivar, Una Lucha Admirable; a series about the story of Simon Bolivar, the man that liberated the American Continent. 
Mediapro develops series about Ayrton Senna. Present at the Content London event, the Spanish company unveiled a preview of the series it's preparing about the race car driver, for which it's seeking international partners. The series will revolve around Senna's tragic death in 1994. 

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