Disney cuts deal with Seven for Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D. and other new series

SHIELD_2Seven Network has picked up several of the new drama series launched by Disney Media Distribution at the LA Screenings.

The Australian free-to-air broadcaster told TBI that it has the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series, which is produced by ABC Studios and will be on ABC in the US this autumn.

Seven also has Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, the spin-off from ABC’s hit fantasy series Once Upon a Time. The ABC Studio-produced show is on ABC’s autumn slate.

Resurrection, a thriller about dead people who come back to life from ABC Studios, Electus, Ol-Ka, Brillstein and Plan B Entertainment, also for ABC in the US, will also be on Seven.

The broadcaster has also taken Intelligence, the CBS TV Studios-produced secret agent series that has Josh Holloway (Lost) in the lead. It will be on CBS in the US, this autumn.

Seven has selected the titles as part of its output deal with Disney. The studio’s other new shows this year included Ryan Seacrest-produced dating drama Mixology and single camera comedy Trophy Wife.

Seven has yet to confirm the series it will take from NBCUniversal and Sony, two other studios with which it has output deals.