UK distributor Cineflix Rights has sold more than 250 hours of content, including crime titles Last Seen Alive (pictured) and Wives with Knives.
The distributor sold 6 x 60-minute series Last Seen Alive to TV4 Sweden and Digicast Italia, with the Swedish net also taking the second season of Cineflix Productions’ series Murder in Paradise (6 x 60 minutes) and Indigo Films’ Wives with Knives (8 x 60 minutes). Digicast Italia also picked up seasons one and two of the latter series.
Additional crime brands sold by the distributor include Obsession: Dark Desires (10 x 60 minutes, October Films), which was acquired by A+E Networks Italy, which also bought Imposters (6 x 60 minutes, CMJ Productions) and the fifth season of Crimes That Shook Britain (6 x 60 minutes, Title Role Productions). The series Cold Blood (seasons two and seven, 26 x 60 minutes, Cineflix Productions) was sold to CBS Chellozone UK, while seasons three, six and seven (46 x 60 minutes) were bought by NT1 France.
Elsewhere, the distributor’s lifestyle slate generated a number of sales. Discovery UK and Discovery Europe picked up season three of Cineflix Productions-made Food Factory (26 x 30 minutes), while the series’ fourth season (26 x 30 minutes) was bought by Discovery Europe. AETN All Asia Television Networks acquired seasons one and two (52 x 30 minutes).
Meanwhile, seasons seven to 10 of Cineflix Productions-made real-estate series Property Virgins (78 x 30 minutes) was sold to Mediaset Spain, while Sky Italia took season four of Property Brothers (26 x 60 minutes), also from Cineflix Productions.
Finally, in the scientific arena, RTVE Spain and DR Denmark acquired Back2Back Productions’ The Man Who Doesn’t Breathe (2 x 60 minutes), and Rai Italy picked up Glacialis Productions-made 1000 Days for the Planet (10 x 60 minutes).
“We’ve closed a high volume of sales over the last couple of months, following up a very successful MIPTV,” said Chris Bonney, CEO of Cineflix Rights, in a statement. “These latest deals reflect the strength and breadth of our catalog to our buyers.”