Second Natpe 2019 journey in Miami was also dominated by announcements of agreements for series productions in Mexico, Colombia and Argentina mainly.
Turner Latin America agreed on development and production of three original fiction series together with Dopamine, the new Mexican Grupo Salina’s (TV Azteca) audiovisual company: ‘Tu parte del trato’; ‘Amarres’ and ‘Coyotl’.
Viacom International Studios (VIS) and Mediapro announced the renewal for a second season of the series ‘Noobes’, co-produced for Nickelodeon Latin America. As detailed, new season will last 60 episodes and will be filmed in Bogota, in Megapro studio. It will be produced for Nickelodeon Spanish and Portuguese- speaking watchers.
The company also presented its original comedy “Ana,” with Mexican actress Ana de la Reguera, and its co-production alliance with Claro Video for its “R” series.
Somos Productions and Grupo Fénix announced a first project to produce TV content. This is the series “Juegos Interrumpidos”, which will last 10 one hour episodes, and will be based on children theft to be delivered for adoption.
Argentine producer and distributor Glowstar Media announced an alliance with the production company Alternativa Contenidos in order to develop together a series based on Camila O ‘Gorman’s story, a young Argentinian aristocrat who outfaced mid-1800s mandates. It will be called ‘Camila, el amor más prohibido’.
Turner Latin America announced a deal with Maluc Entertainment and Magnity Media to represent sports reality show ‘Invencibles’ in Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay and Brazil these together with Maluc Entertainment).
Turkish distributor Inter Medya announced Turkish drama ‘Mrs. Fazilet and her Daughters’ sale to Peruan Latina, which has already been sold to Colombia (Channel 1), Chile (Chilevisión), Paraguay (Telefuturo) and Puerto Rico (Wapa TV).
Madd Entertainment announced its first Turkish drama ‘Crash’ sale in Latin America by Chilean Mega.