This Monday, Kanal D International announced a series of sales in Latin America before its presentation in MipCancun this week.
With just a few hours until its presentation at MipCancun, Turkish distributor Kanal D International announced new sales in Latin America, with closed agreements in Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay.
In Bolivia, for the first time ever, the company reached an agreement with RedUno, which acquired drama Bidding Farewell. The same drama had already aired in Uruguay, Argentina and is currently on air in Chile.
In Brazil, meanwhile, Bandeirantes took the rights for Forbidden Love, produced by Ay Yapım and starring Beren Saat, star of Fatmagul.
Forbidden Love also has a Spanish adaptation by Telemundo, which premiered in 2012 under the title Pasión prohibida.
Last but not least, the company announced the sale of Wounded Love and Time Goes By to Saeta Canal 10 in Uruguay.
The first is a super production from O3 Medya for Kanal D, starring Halit Ergenç and Bergüzar Korel. The couple became globally recognized for their roles in 1001 Nights.
The second one, called Mar de amores in several territories of Latin America, comes from D Productions and was broadcasted by Kanal D in Turkey in 2010.
The show has a total of three seasons and 120 nighty-minute episodes. It has already been broadcasted in the region in Argentina (Telefe), Chile (Chilevision), Puerto Rico (Wapa TV) and the US (Telemundo), as well as countries such as Greece and Bulgaria, among others.
Set in 1967, Time Goes By stars Erkan Petekkaya, Ayça Bingöl and Wilma Elles. It tells the story of a ship's captain who returns home after a long time with a secret: a romance with another woman.
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