Banijay's Lineup: Scripted, Docs, and Formats Take Center Stage at London TV Screenings - Banijay @ BAFTA

Banijay's Lineup: Scripted, Docs, and Formats Take Center Stage at London TV Screenings - Banijay @ BAFTA
Banijay, the prominent player in media and entertainment, is thrilled to unveil its captivating lineup for the dedicated London TV Screenings event – Banijay @ BAFTA.

Banijay's 2024 lineup is headlined by the highly-anticipated scripted series Wolf Hall: The Mirror and the Light and the premium documentary Front Row. The event will also showcase engaging travel formats, including the adventurous reality series The Summit and its spin-off, Deal or No Deal Island. Scheduled for three sessions on February 28th, the dynamic showcase offers a diverse range of high-quality programming across genres. 
In the scripted domain, Banijay presents premium offerings such as UK dramas for BBC and Masterpiece PBS, including Wolf Hall: The Mirror and the Light, The Hardacres for Channel 5, This Town by Steven Knight for the BBC, Welsh drama The One That Got Away (Cleddau) for S4C, and Invisible Boys for Stan.
Buyers can also anticipate sneak peeks of eagerly-awaited second seasons of Marie Antoinette for Canal+ and the BBC, as well as Rogue Heroes for the BBC and MGM+.

In addition to the scripted and documentary content, Banijay will present a mix of fresh and highly-entertaining formats, including the adrenaline-fueled The Summit for Nine Network, the new spin-off  Deal or No Deal Island created for NBC, adventure reality format Shaolin Heroes for TV2, recent Channel 4 factual reality VOD hit Banged Up, innovative game show Upside Down for RTL4, and The Fortune Hotel (3rd party) for ITV1 and ITVX. The spotlight will also shine on global superbrands and returning formats like Survivor, Big Brother, Star Academy, and reality formats such as Love Triangle and The Fifty.
Workerbee adds to the lineup with two riveting documentaries: Anatomy of a Murder, a feature-length true-crime narrative, and Four Kings for Prime Video, delving into the history of British boxing through four men originating from the same London neighborhood, pivotal figures who ushered in a golden era.