January 22, 2018
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Tomorrow Studios is developing a TV adaptation of The Oracle Year, written by best-selling comic book franchise writer Charles Soule (Daredevil, She-Hulk).
Soule’s debut novel will be released in April. It centers on a twentysomething New Yorker who wakes to 108 visions of specific predictions of the future and monetizes those predictions to become the most famous person in the world.
Sky Vision has secured a number of deals for Britannia, which has already been picked up in 124 territories.
The Sky original production, co-produced with Amazon Prime in the U.S., made its international debut on Sky Atlantic in the U.K. on January 18 and will air on Amazon Prime from January 26. Pickups include HBO Nordic for multiple territories, Starz for its pan-Middle East network, iflix for pan-Africa, Foxtel for Australia and Hellenic Telecommunication Organisation for Greece, Cyprus and Malta. Home entertainment rights were licensed for multiple territories by Sony Home Pictures Entertainment.
The hit HBO series Game of Thrones will soon become available in Canada on CraveTV.
Seasons one through three of the epic fantasy drama will begin streaming on CraveTV on February 16. Season four through five will follow shortly thereafter, and the remaining seasons will be added throughout 2018.
tvN Asia is bringing the Korean drama Mother to its audiences in Singapore and Malaysia as of January 25.
The Korean remake of an award-winning Japanese TV drama of the same name features Lee Bo-young, Heo Yool, Lee Hye-young and Ko Sung-hee. Mother will premiere exclusively on tvN Asia within 24 hours of Korea’s broadcast.
Series Mania Writers Campus is a brand-new week-long intensive writing workshop that will welcome 20 emerging TV drama writers throughout Europe.
Series Mania Writers Campus, in partnership with France’s Paris College of Art and Emerson College in the U.S., will run for one week, from April 27 to May 4, as part of Series Mania. The workshop will be under the editorial supervision of Lorraine Sullivan.
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