This Wednesday as part of Mipcom, The Wit presented its list of fresh new series in its Fresh TV Fiction conference, where it highlighted productions from Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Spain.
Once again and same as every year, The Wit offered its Fresh TV Fiction conference as part of Mipcom in Cannes, to present its selection of the fresh new fiction series making waves in the market.
And this year, the presence of Hispanic series was noticeable, represented by a group of major productions from Latin America and Spain.
From Argentina, the company highlighted Victoria Small, Telefe’s new fiction, co-produced by Viacom International Studios, Mediapro and Oficina Burman, which tells the story of four women whose lives are connected by the birth of a baby girl.
Meanwhile, from Brazil comes the miniseries Where My Heart Is, an original Globoplay production – the OTT platform of Grupo Globo – developed by Globo Studios, which follows the drama of Amanda, a brilliant and idealistic middle-class doctor who enters in the dark world of chemical addiction, crying out for love and affection.
From Chile comes the Chilean-German production by Red Arrow Studios, Dignidad, a fiction thriller co-produced between Invercine and Wood from Chile and Storyhouse Pictures from Germany, which will premiere on German OTT service Joyn and Chilean network Mega in 2020 .
Finally, on behalf of Latin America, the list highlighted the super production Hernán, the historical drama produced by Dopamine and Onza Entertainment about the life of Hernán Cortés, which will premiere on History Latin America, Amazon Prime Video and TV Azteca .
And Spain also had its place in the list of freshest fictions, with two Spanish series on the list: Mamita, by Mediapro, and Don’t Pray Anymore, by Beta Entertainment.
Madd Entertainment’s A Miracle, the Turkish adaptation of the drama The Good Doctor, which became a ratings hit on Fox Turkey, was also highlighted.
The Wit’s list of freshest fictions is completed by A Confession (UK, ITV Studios), Alert Amber (Canada, Pixcom), Nudes (Norway, Wild Bunch), The Hunting (Australia, DCD Rights), Stalk (France, France TV), High School Slut (Netherlands), Bathroom Stories (Finland, YLE), The Twelve (Belgium, Federation Entertainment), Love Me (Sweden, WBITP and, Diary of an Uber Driver (Australia, all3media).