Munich– Beta Film heads to MIPCOM 2015 with an extensive series slate containing no less than nine fresh shows as well as an extended catalogue of its new Kids & Family label. Highlights include The Valley – In the Mist of Silence, Imperial, Cedar Cove (38×60’), Lost Letters Mysteries (21×60’), and 30 Degrees in February (20×60’). The Valley – In the Mist of Silence is the first one hour original production of TNT Series, the series-channel of Turner Broadcasting System Deutschland, which reaches six million households in the German speaking territory via Sky and other platforms.

With a line-up of 14 shows, among them nine series, Beta’s new label Kids & Family enters this year’s MIP Junior market. BBC just recently acquired the preschool-series Patchwork Pals (26×4’), and Beta’s extended NRK-slate includes English language documentary Message in a Bottle (13×12’). The feature film section is headed by the two German box office hits, Enid Blyton’s adventurous Famous Five IV, The Pasta Detectives, and Estonia’s The Secret Society of Souptown