TV

Argonon lands option deals

Argonon International, the distribution arm of super-indie Argonon, has finalized a format option deal for Cash in the Attic in Denmark, while Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You (pictured) has been optioned for the Scandinavian market.
October 10, 2012

Argonon International, the distribution arm of super-indie Argonon, has finalized a format option deal for Cash in the Attic in Denmark, while Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You has been optioned for the Scandinavian market.

Stockholm-based Snowman Productions will work with Argonon prodco Leopard Films for the Danish version of the long-running BBC format Cash in the Attic, which sees people converting items in their homes into money, and has appeared in 167 countries around the world.

In Argonon International’s other deal, the recent BBC3 series Tourettes: Let Me Entertain You (pictured, above), produced by Leopard Films, has been optioned by Eyeworks for the Scandinavian market.

The international version will see young people with Tourettes Syndrome coming together in a live musical performance.

Argonon also recently announced a strategic deal with TCB Media Rights, former Cineflix Rights exec Paul Heaney’s newly launched company.

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