Mediapro’s Imagina Sells ‘Lifeline’ To Mexico’s Azteca TV (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety | 6/20/2018 | Emiliano De Pablos
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SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain – Imagina Intenational Sales, the distribution arm of TV giant Mediapro, has sold Spanish TV drama “Pulsaciones” (Lifeline) to Mexican broadcaster Azteca TV.

Produced by Mediapro’s Globomedia, “Lifeline” was co-created by Spanish multi-hyphenate Emilio Aragón, and released in Spain from January 2017 on Atresmedia’s main channel Antena 3.

Series - Sales - Deals - Channel - UK

The series boasts an already a large international sales run, including prrior deals with Channel 4 in the U.K. and Netflix in Latin America, and has marked a milestone as the first Spanish series to be aired by Arabic network MBC.

The 10-episode closed-end drama turns on a renowned surgeon who suffers from a heart attack, receives a heart transplant and starts to have strange nightmares related to the murder of his donor.

Lifeline - Deal - Edition - Conecta - Fiction

The Lifeline deal was unveiled at the 2nd edition of Conecta Fiction, the TV series co-production and networking meeting who is taking place over June 18-21 in Galicia’s Santiago de Compostela.

Executives, talent and contents from Mediapro’s family of companies are having a high profile presence at Conecta Fiction 2.

Imagina - International - Sales - Daniel - Calparsoro-directed

Imagina International Sales is handling Daniel Calparsoro-directed series “Todo por el juego,” a co-production with DirecTV written by Argentina’s Eduardo Sacheri.

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