All posts tagged 'Paramount Pictures Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution'

BBC Three Acquires UK Rights To Hulu’s John Green Adaptation ‘Looking For Alaska’, Sets October Premiere

Looking For Alaska is crossing the pond. BBC Three has acquired the UK rights to Hulu's miniseries adaptation of the John Green novel of the same after striking a deal with Paramount Pictures Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution. The complete series will be available to stream on BBC Three from 10am on Saturday October 19th.

More4 Acquires ‘Berlin Station’ In Deal With Paramount

Spooks and Strike Back star Richard Armitage's newest espionage series is coming to the UK. Channel 4 has secured the free-to-air and non-linear rights to Epix's spy thriller Berlin Station for their digi-net More4 after striking a deal with Paramount Pictures Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution. The series is set to premiere later this year.

Channel 4 Boards George Clooney’s Hulu Event Series ‘Catch-22’

Catch-22 will be crossing the pond. Channel 4 has boarded Hulu's event series, which is based on the Joseph Heller novel and hails from George Clooney, after striking a deal with Paramount Pictures Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution. Under the pact with Paramount, rather than being a straight acquisition, Channel 4 is contributing to select aspects of the development of the project. Catch-22 will premiere on this side of the pond in 2019, shortly after it debuts state-side.