The Turkish distributor announced the sale of The Ambassador’s Daugher to Canal 10 in Uruguay, Unitel in Bolivia and Telefuturo in Paraguay. The latter also acquired The Light of Hope.
Inter Medya announced a raft of deals for the star-studded drama entitled The Ambassador’s Daughter (Sefirin Kızı), which runs to rave reviews in Turkey and around the world.
Turkish hit series has been sold in Latin America to Canal 10 in Uruguay, Telefuturo in Paraguay and Unitel in Bolivia.
Produced by Turkey’s acclaimed production company O3 and NGMedia, The Ambassador’s Daughter is smashing the rating charts in recent weeks. Since its launch on Star TV, the series has been earning increasingly strong ratings. Last night’s episode on the Turkish channel ranked number 1 once more with 21.62 share.
Meanwhile, The Light of Hope (Baharı Beklerken) was also sold to Paraguay’s Telefuturo. Produced by Green Yapım and Hacıyatmaz and featuring Isabella Damla Guvenilir from hit series Elif as the lead actress, The Light of Hope tells the heartbreaking story of a mother, a father and a child overcoming obstacles, to find each other and become a family again.
In addition, the Turkish distribution company added a new hit series featuring actor Murat Yildirim to their catalog. RAMO marks the first drama series in which BKM and Inter Medya have partnered together. The series tells the extraordinary story of Ramo, inspired by a real person, a man who goes against his superiors. It’s a story that encompasses the deep conflicts of family, justice, revenge, friendship, and love.
“I’m happy to announce such good news amid the difficult times that everyone around the world has been facing. As our greatest concern continues to be the safety and well-being of our employees and our valued customers, whom we see as our family, we will continue to support our clients with hopes that this pandemic will soon come to an end. I take this opportunity to remind everyone once more to please #stayhome,” said Can Okan, Founder and CEO of Inter Medya.