TV Azteca Closes Deal with Amazon Prime

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by @todotvnews the 11/10/2017
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The Mexican company has closed a deal with the streaming platform for the premiere of two of its shows in Latin American territories. Bad Maids will be available on October 15, with new episodes coming in weekly, and Two Lakes is expected to come soon. 

In a push for taking its catalogue to the digital world, Mexican company TV Azteca has announced a deal with US streaming platform Amazon Prime Video for the Latin American rights to two important titles: Bad Maids and Two Lakes.

Bad Maids, a melodrama starring Rebeca Jones, Ernesto Laguardia and Sara Maldonado, will be exclusively available for streaming beginning Sunday, October 15.

All available episodes of the show will be added on bulk, while each week’s new episodes will be added on Fridays for members across Latin America to enjoy.

The series tells the story of Laura, a young journalist that discovers that her birth mother was a domestic worker and decides to research more about her by passing off as a servant. Drama unfolds throughout the series’ 90 episodes when the dark deeds of a criminal organization are discovered behind this story.

Launched on September 18, the series premieres daily on Azetca Trece in Mexico.

"We are very excited to feature Bad Maids on Amazon Prime Video for members across all of Latin America," said Fidela Navarro, Director of TV Azteca International. "This agreement between our two companies allows us to mutually reach an even bigger audience and offer an added value for customers throughout the region."

In addition, Amazon has also acquired Two Lakes, a drama series about three families inhabiting the same house on different times. No matter how apart, they "share" a chilling problem: the spirit of a girl who died in a strange way in 1944 and won’t rest in peace until the mystery surrounding her death is solved by the inhabitants of the house.

The show will premiere on November 9 in Mexico on Azteca 7, but there is still no premiere date set for its release on the platform.

These deals follow others closed in the region with several other SVOD players like Blim (Living to Race) and Netflix (Iron Lady).

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