Networks in Latin America have picked up more than 100 hours of content from producer/distributor Power, including its End of the World miniseries package.
Latin American Independent Network has acquired more than 25 TV movies and miniseries to air in Mexico, including A Bear Named Winnie (1×120′), Love’s Unending Legacy (1×120′), Supernova (2×120′), Meteor (2×120′), and King Solomon’s Mines (2×120′).
Also in Mexico, MSV Cable will air all five of Power’s End of the World miniseries, including Cat 8 (2×120′), Exploding Sun (2×120′), Eve of Destruction (2×120′), Delete (2×120′), and Ring of Fire (2×120′). It has also picked up TV movie Shark Killer (1×120′).
Canal 2 Freceuncia Latina has also licensed the End of the World series for its feed in Peru.
Meanwhile, Brazilian network Globo TV has picked up romantic comedies Lucky in Love (1×120′), and Puppy Love (1×120′).
Provideo has bought rights to Pinocchio (2×120′), Neverland (2×120′), Earthsea (2×120′), and Dreamkeeper (2×120′) for Colombian channel Señal Colombia.