The North American audience will be able to watch three fiction titles from Mediterraneo’scatalog as part of Tplus' programming offerings on the SVOD platform Peacock. 'Mothers', 'Truth' and 'Devil´s Clocks’, which will be available in this territory by the end of the year
This agreement marks our company´s first deal with the leading producer and distributor of Spanish-language content for U.S. hispanic audiences.
‘Mothers’, produced by Mediaset in collaboration with Alea Media, is a medical drama starring Belén Rueda and Aida Folch that addresses the life stories, relationships and conflicts of a group of women whose children are being treated in the Pediatrics and Maternity area of the same hospital. Apart from the upcoming broadcast in the US, the series has been exclusively premiered by Amazon Prime Video Spain, and sold to Latam, Mena, Brazil, Slovakia amongst others. Being a real success in all territories!
‘Truth’ is a domestic noir inspired by several true stories that explores the psychology of a family pushed to the limit. Lydia Bosch, Jon Kortajarena, Elena Rivera head the artistic team of this series of intrigue and suspense, produced in collaboration with Plano a Plano. This series is one of the most successful titles from Mediterraneo catalog, being already aired in more than 100 territories.
Inspired by an international drug trafficking true story, ‘The Devil’s Clocks’, co-produced by Mediaset España and Picomedia in alliance with Rai Fiction. This drama series recreates the dangerous odyssey lived by the protagonist, Gianfranco Franciosi, an Italian mechanic specialized in preparing engines for marine vessels, whose work of infiltration in a drug cartel was decisive in one of the largest operations against drug trafficking in Europe. Filmed in Italy, Spain and Belgium and directed by the acclaimed filmmaker Alessandro Angelini, it has been an absolute hit among the audience, gathering more than 5 million viewers in RAI channels.
Romina Rosado, executive VP and general manager of Hispanic streaming at NBC Universal Telemundo Enterprises, said: “With so many Tplus titles in development, we’re excited to announce even more shows coming to Peacock today. Tplus is about cultivating an underserved audience of U.S. Latinos and recognizing the cultural fluidity of global Hispanic audiences today. We’re excited to work with the best partners around the world to create the singular home for content that resonates with the growing segment of 200-percenters.”