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France Televisions falls for Love, Divina

Following sales in Mexico, LatAm and Italy, the tween musical series will air on France 4 later this year.
February 14, 2017

Sixty hours of music-driven tween series Love, Divina from Televisa (Mexico City), Pol-ka Producciones (Buenos Aires) and Federation Kids & Family (Paris) have sold to France Televisions.

The 45-minute show, led by pop star Laura Esquivel (Patito Feo), will air on the pubcaster’s family channel, France 4, later this year.

The sale follows the series’ recent move to Super! in Italy.

Love, Divina follows an orphaned teenager who takes homeless kids under her wing while also dreaming of becoming a pop star.

The show has already sold to eltrece (Argentina), Televisa’s digital platform BLIM (Mexico and LatAm) and Televisa’s other platforms, including Free TV (Mexico). European rights are managed by Federation and Televisa, and ROW by Televisa.

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Alexandra Whyte is Kidscreen's Online Writer. Contact her at awhyte@brunico.com

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