Global producer and distributor Fremantle has announced a host of international deals from its ambitious and diverse non-scripted slate, including Coco Chanel: Unbuttoned, House of Kardashian, and Whale with Steve Backshall. The combined sales will roll out across 68 territories.
Coco Chanel: Unbuttoned from WhyNow Studios recently launched on BBC Two in the UK and is the truly radical story of Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel – the woman who turned fashion on its head. The stylish and subversive documentary is set to launch on Movistar Plus+ (Spain), DokuTV (Former Yugoslavia and Albania), BBC (MENA), RTP (Portugal), NOVA (Greece), CANAL+ (Poland), and Now TV (Hong Kong, Macau).
Explosive three-part docuseries House of Kardashian from 72 Films, a Fremantle Company, explores the rise, reach and cost that comes with being some of the most famous women on the planet. Following a successful UK launch on Sky Documentaries, House of Kardashian is headed for FOXTEL (Australia) and GAIN (Turkey).
Boasting contributions from pioneering scientists and conservationists as well as first-hand encounters with whales, dolphins, and porpoises, Whale with Steve Backshall will travel overseas after its premiere on Sky Nature (UK) later in the year. The blue-chip natural history series will launch on BBC (MENA), DokuTV (Former Yugoslavia and Albania), CANAL+ (Poland), TVI (Portugal), and Movistar Plus+ (Spain).