Britney Spears’ documentary sold globally

Britney’s documentary – “Framing Britney Spears” – was sold globally to Red Arrow Studios International and will be aired worldwide.

Red Arrow Studios International has secured the first wave of international deals for the documentary “Framing Britney Spears”.

Thanks to this, the documentary produced by The New York Times for FX and Hulu has been picked by many broadcasters around the world:

  • Sky (UK & Ireland);
  • Nine (Australia);
  • Crave  (Canada);
  • Three (New Zealand);
  • Talpa TV (the Netherlands);
  • NRK (Norway);
  • TV2 (Denmark);
  • TV4 (Sweden & Finland);
  • Discovery (Italy);
  • Originals Factory (French & German-speaking Europe);
  • OSN (Middle East);
  • Odisea / Odisseia  (Spain & Portugal);
  • HOT8 (Israel), yes (Israel);
  • DPG (Belgium);
  • CANAL+ Poland.

Tim Gerhartz, SVP Global Sales at Red Arrow Studios International, said:

Over the last few weeks, Framing Britney Spears has captured the pop culture zeitgeist, generating a huge amount of social media coverage (…). As a result of the documentary there has been a resurgence of interest around Britney Spears’ ongoing conservatorship battle and some vital retrospective reckoning about how she – and other women in entertainment – have been treated. It’s fantastic to welcome this top-class line-up of broadcasters on board and to bring this important story to screens internationally.

“Framing Britney Spears” has been well received around the globe. Just lately, it helped UK’s Sky Documentaries hit its best ever ratings.

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