NBCUniversal Global Distribution has signed a major licensing agreement in Germany, with a multi-year deal with German broadcaster Seven.One Entertainment for thousands of hours of programming.
The deal, the largest of its kind between the two companies in the region, grants Seven.One Universal digital, streaming and broadcast rights to current and upcoming films, including Fast X and Christopher NolanOppenheimer, Jurassic World Domination, Fable Man, Ticket to Paradise , Puss in Boots: The Last Wish and Minions: Rise of Gru .
TV shows in the deal include reboot of the sci-fi adventure series Quantum Leap , starring Raymond Lee and Caitlin Bassett. Seven.One is OK Access to NBCU’s extensive library of books, including titles such as The A-Team, Magnum PI
, Knight Rider,House, and such facts and home entertainment as Keeping Up With the Kardashians and Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles .
The deal is multi-platform, which means Seven. NBCU movies and series are available on its SVOD service Joyn, broadcast networks Pro7 and Sat.1, or on pay TV or AVOD channels.
“This is the first deal with a major studio where we have the flexibility to decide in what order to play strong content – whether it’s on linear TV first, AVoD or Joyn’s SVoD play,” says Seven.One Chief Content Officer Henrik Pabst. “Classic TV and on-demand will benefit from this approach. This way we can accurately broadcast Hollywood content in the best possible way and achieve maximum reach in line with our strategy across all platforms.”
d Puss in Boots: The Last Wish; romantic comedies such as Tickets to Paradise starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney; and many highly anticipated upcoming films, including Fast X, Super Mario Bros. Directed plays. Seven.One Entertainment Group has also acquired the rights to hit library films from the studio, including Inglourious Basterds, Notting Hill, Back to the Future, Bridget Jones’ Diary, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, The Mummy and all the Bourne movies.