The deal includes nine movies in RMVistar’s collection of Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, as well as two holiday movies Double Holiday and Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.
RMVISTAR Founder and President Rose Marie Vega announced today that the company has renewed its Latin America licensing deal with NBCUniversal International Networks for nine movies in its collection of Aurora Teagarden Mysteries (movies 1-9) starring Candace Cameron Bure.
Separately, the two companies have also reached a new licensing agreement for the Latin American rights to two movies Double Holiday and Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas which aired in the U.S. under the popular Hallmark Channel Christmas movie banner. They, as well as the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries were produced by Muse Entertainment Enterprises.
Each 90-minute Aurora Teagarden Mystery, hits for the Hallmark Channel in their original airings, revolves around librarian Aurora Teagarden who is known around her small town of Lawrenceton, Georgia as a master sleuth and true crime buff. She, along with the Real Murders Club, attempt to solve hometown murders, heists and everything in between. The nine moves in the deal are: Aurora Teagarden: A Bone To Pick, Aurora Teagarden: Real Murders, Aurora Teagarden: Three Bedrooms, One Corpse, Aurora Teagarden: The Julius House, Aurora Teagarden: Dead Over Heels, Aurora Teagarden: A Bundle of Trouble, Aurora Teagarden: Last Scene Alive, Aurora Teagarden: Reap What You Sew and Aurora Teagarden: The Disappearing Game.
A brief overview of the Christmas movies RMVISTAR has licensed to NBCUniversal International Networks Latin America for airing in Latin American territories:
– Double Holiday: Career-minded Rebecca’s (Carly Pope) plans for Hanukkah don’t go as expected when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris (Kristoffer Polaha) – also her main competitor for the promotion – to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed.
– It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas: As mayors of neighboring New Hampshire towns, longtime rivals Liam (Eric Mabius) and Sarah (Tricia Helfer) are determined to best each other on their way to leading their hamlets to victory in the annual statewide Christmas Spirit Competition. With both towns in the final round, the mayors decide their best hope lies in working with, rather than against, each other.