Distributed by Mistco, the drama will make its debut on Imagen TV in Mexico on October 14 and “very soon” on Divinity in Spain.
Hold My Hand (Elimi Birakma), one of the most successful dramas on Mistco’s catalog, is now ready to make its debut on new territories.
Imagen Televisión in Mexico, the first Latin American screen to acquire the series’ rights, will premiere it as Toma mi mano on Monday, October 14 at 6:00pm and air it Mondays through Fridays.
Meanwhile in Spain, Divinity -which acquired the drama back in July- will premiere it “very soon” as No sueltes mi mano.
Produced by Us Yapim for TRT in Turkey, Hold My Hand is an adaptation of Korean drama Shining Inheritance.
It tells the story of Azra and Cenk, two young people whose lives cross only to teach them that selfless love is the only way out.
Mistco has sold it in over 20 territories to date.