The German distributor announced the sale of the Movistar+ series to M6 Group in France, which acquired both the adaptation and broadcasting rights.
Spanish series Vida perfecta, an original Movistar+ production, winner of the Canneseries award in April, continues to add new European territories through Beta Film.
The German distributor announced its sale to M6 Group in France, which acquired both the adaptation and broadcasting rights, as revealed by Variety.
The sale to France joins the one in Germany to RTL, which will air it on broadcast TV metwork VOX, as well as on its streaming platform TVNow. It will later air on RTL Passion.
According to Variety, the series is also being negotiated in Poland, the US and Latin America.
Created by Leticia Dolera -who also co-wrote, co-directed and co-stars in it-, the series is a generational comedy comprised of 8 25-minute episodes, which tells the stories of three women going through a life crisis.
It was produced by Corte y Confección de Películas. It’s written by Leticia Dolera and Manuel Burque, and directed by Dolera, Elena Martín and Ginesta Guindal.
It will premiere on Movistar+ on October 18.