Federation Kids & Family has signed a raft of new broadcast agreements for tween drama series Find Me In Paris. The show’s first two seasons were picked up by Rai (Italy), Québecor (French-speaking Canada), HBO (Portugal) and SVOD service Showmax (South Africa), while US streamer Hulu (season two) and Hot TV in Israel (season one) have bought a single season each.
Produced by Cottonwood Media, ZDF, ZDF Enterprises, B-FILMS and the Opera National de Paris, Find Me In Paris tells the story of a time-travelling ballet dancer trapped in a modern-day City of Lights. It has already been sold to France Télévisions, Disney (France and Italy), ABC (Australia), VRT (Belgium), Universal Kids (US) and Nickelodeon UK. And Cottonwood has also locked in a raft of licensing agreements for the IP, with a focus on publishing and apparel.