Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution is heading to this year’s Asia Television Forum and will offer series including cable police drama Graceland and spy drama The Americans.
The international sales arm of the Hollywood studio will launch the series at the event in Singapore between December 4 and 7.
Graceland was created by White Collar creator Jeff Eastin for USA Network. The show, which was produced by Fox Television Studios, is an ensemble drama that follows a group of undercover FBI, DEA and US Customs agents living in a beach house in Southern California.
Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution will also offer FX spy drama The Americans at the market following its successful debut at MIPCOM. The show, which is coproduced by Fox Television Studios, FX Productions and Dreamworks Television. It was created by former spy Joe Weisberg and is exec produced by Justified’s Graham Yost and follows two Russian spies – played by Keri Russell (Felicity) and Matthew Rhys (Brothers and Sisters) – living in the United States in the 1980s.
Fox will be represented at the market by Brendan Zauner, VP, sales, Asia, Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution.
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23 May 2018 @ 14:39:34 UTC