@todotvnews - 29/05/2015

Whats New in LatAm This Week?

Atresmedia presents first trailer for La Catedral del Mar; Televisa and Univision hunt partners for an ambitious new series; Mega's original fictions keep breaking records; behind the success of HBO's The Bronze Garden, and more.

This Week in the News
One year after filming began, Atresmedia is now revealing the first trailer for its original series, La catedral del mar, described as "the most ambitious" ever for the Spanish company. 
The series was acquired by Netflix for the international market before filming began.
Televisa and Univision hunt partners for an ambitious new series. El Último Dragón, created by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, is one of the most anticipated projects from Univision and Televisa, who are now on the search for international partners, with negotiations already underway in Spain.
The series will be co-developed with Patricio Wills' company, W Studios.
Mega's original fictions keep breaking records. Consolidating its leadership position in Chile's prime time, Perdona nuestros pecados scored its highest-rated episode on August 24, quadrupling its closest competitor.
The episode averaged a 33.5 rating between 10:50pm and 11:40pm.
Gustavo Malajovich, author of The Bronze Garden and screenwriter of its adaptation, spoke to ttvnews about the groundbreaking story that became HBO Latin America's biggest show of the year. 
The Bronze Garden already has a second season in the pipeline. 
Orphan Flowers is Canal 13's new Turkish drama. The Chilean network is already promoting its new Turkish production, locally titled Huérfanas, from the deal closed this year with Turkish distributor ATV.
Orphan Flowers is one of the three ATV productions acquired by Canal 13 in February.

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