ZDF in Germany, SBS (Australia), NHK (Japan), NRK (Norway), RDI (Canada), Al Arabiya/MBC (Middle East), TVI (Portugal), TVN (Poland), SVT (Sweden), DR (Denmark) and PBS America have all bought the two-part show.
The series looks into the US government’s surveillance programme, which began in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York and continues to this day.
It comes from the Frontline production team behind Money, Power & Wall Street.
Frontline is US public broadcaster PBS’s flagship documentary programming brand. PBS International sells its content globally.
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