Another successful international story for the Flemish TV show. The three-part documentary series ‘Delphine: my story’, which aired on Eén earlier this year, has sold several times overseas.
The TV show took place Cannes series There is a lot of interest in documentaries about the daughter of King Albert in Cannes, south of France. Perhaps Princess Dolphin personally paid the necessary attention to this series.
Several stations lined up to buy the series from producer Warner Bros. Already next month Dolphin: My story Watch on Dutch TV via HBO Max. Channels in Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Scandinavia will also broadcast the show. Scoop is for SBS Australia, where the first episode is scheduled for April 23rd.
In Dolphin: My story, Directed by journalist Chris Michael, tells the 54-year-old Princess Dolphin for the first time about the various stages of her turbulent life. He shows photos from his own archive and shares photos from his personal archive. In addition to the dolphin, his partner, mother, friends, lawyers, palace staff and friends from the art world also share their views.
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Flemish shows have been doing well overseas for some time. Down the road And Routes Often found in our northern neighbors. Form Excluded Local editions were also available in Australia, Denmark and Spain. The broadcasting rights of the fiction series Twelve Sold all over the world. The series can be viewed in Australia, New Zealand, Spain and France. Tabula Rasa Can stream worldwide with Netflix. Further The secret Goes around the world. Updated Tick tockThe series was sold to broadcasters in Israel, Finland, Mexico and Great Britain. Netnet series Campus12 Sold to 60 countries.