Keshet International completes raft of sales for The Trial Of Christine Keeler
In Australia, KI has sold the first broadcast window rights for The Trial of Christine Keeler – described by the Radio Times as “an extremely handsome, expensive-looking production that wouldn’t look out of place dropped into a run of The Crown” – to the premium drama channel BBC First, with Australia’s national broadcaster ABC taking the second window.
BBC First has also picked up in the first window rights for Amanda Coe’s retelling of the “Profumo Affair” in Benelux and Africa, with KI selling the second window rights in the Netherlands to Dutch public service broadcaster NPO. While in Spain, KI has completed a deal with the female-skewing Cosmo TV, which showcases acquired scripted TV and film, for the first window rights of The Trial of Christine Keeler
In the UK, Acorn Media International has acquired the home video rights for this six-part series; with KI also selling the home video and digital rights for both Australia and New Zealand to ABC’s Home Entertainment division. Discussions are on-going with various broadcast partners and platforms for the UK’s highest rating drama of the 2019 festive period.
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