This Week’s Top Stories

Eccho Rights sells raft of Swedish dramas in Asia; Paramount+ readies new original premieres for Latin America; ViacomCBS and CJ ENM to co-develop original content. Watch these and all of the week’s top stories in 60 seconds.

1. Eccho Rights Sells Raft of Swedish Dramas in Asia

TVing in South Korea has acquired Threesome, Love Me and Honour, while Wowow in Japan has picked up Hammarvik. Read more.

2. Paramount+ Readies New Original Premieres for Latin America

At an event in Mexico City, the platform gathered the stars and creators of its upcoming original series for the region, including Los Enviados, Cecilia, At Midnight and No te claves. Read more.

3. ViacomCBS and CJ ENM to Co-Develop Original Series and Films

The companies announced a deal that includes co-productions for original series and films, content licensing and distribution across ViacomCBS’ and CJ ENM’s leading streaming services. Read more.

4. Spanish Adaptation of Banijay’s LEGO Masters Sets Premiere Date

The competition format will premiere on Antena 3 on Wednesday, December 15. Read more.

5. Seven New Distributors Join The London TV Screenings 2022

Beyond Rights, Blue Ant International, Cineflix Rights, DCD Rights, Hat Trick International, Passion Distribution, and Studiocanal are joining together with All3Media International, Banijay Rights, eOne, Fremantle for the London event. Read more.

6. Money Heist Is the Most Watched Netflix Series Worldwide

The Spanish series is the most watched content worldwide on the OTT platform during the last week. Read more.

7. Univision Partners with Selena Gomez & Blackfin for New True-Crime Series

Titled The Cartel Among Us, the new series is produced by July Moon Productions and Blackfin, to premiere on Univision’s upcoming streaming service in 2022. Read more.

8. Globo Premieres International Co-production The Angel of Hamburg in Brazil

The premium series will premiere on broadcast TV under the title Passaporte Para Liberdade. Read more.