Dori Media Group announced the sale of the three seasons of the Israeli series to Latin America.
Dori Media Group announced it sold all three seasons of the Israeli series Dumb to Latin America.
They were acquired by WarnerMedia for the region. It was not specified which of its screens it will air on, although it could presumably be HBO Max, which launches in Latin America in June of this year.
The original version of Dumb, consisting of three seasons, was selected for presentation at the 2017 Berlin European Film Market festival in the 2017 Mania International Series Panorama and the format has also won major Israeli television awards, including: Best Daily Drama Series, Best Screenplay, and Best Actress in a Drama Series.
All three seasons of Dumb reached top 3 status on Israel’s HOT platform, scoring incredibly high results. 46% of HOT subscribers have already seen the series, which means more than 20 million views.
Its format, meanwhile, has been adapted in Germany under the title Rampensau by UFA Serial Drama for VOX and RTL TV-NOW. A second season has already been commissioned.
In addition, Warner Bros. International Television Production closed an agreement with Dori for the adaptation of its series Dumb in multiple territories, including France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain. Each country will work on its own local version.
Dumb follows the story of a police officer who, thanks to her youthful look, infiltrates a high school as just another student to disrupt a drug trafficking organization.
It was created by Shay Capon and Bat-Chen Sabag, who also plays the main character.