Archive for February, 2009

CRAZY COW inks distribution deal with Canadian production company Upfront Entertainment Inc / 3rd Deal with Canada in 2 weeks !!!

Friday, February 20th, 2009

CRAZY COW has just inked a deal with Canadian production company Upfront Entertainment Inc for the distribution in France of the lifesyle show “Take this house and sell it” (156 x 30′)

The show (broadcast on W Network) offers expert design advice and the latest tips on getting your home ready for a lucrative sale. Join host Kimberly Carroll as the show’s outspoken designers meet willing (and not so willing!) homeowners who have had no luck selling their home sweet home. See how their luck changes with the help of the Take This House and Sell It! team.

“Take this house and sell it” is already sold to a.o. Belgium and Scandinavia, and CRAZY COW and Upfront Entertainment Inc have now extended their collaboration for the French market.

CRAZY COW is delighted to launch this quality lifestyle series in France !

This agreement is the 3rd deal with Canada in only 2 weeks ! No crisis for CRAZY COW !

CRAZY COW inks distribution deal with Canadian company Sphere Media

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

CRAZY COW has inked a deal for the distribution of the Canadian series “Sophie” (32 x 30′/ CBC) and “Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin″ (39 x 60′/ Radio-Canada). CRAZY will present the “ready made” of “Sophie” and the scripted format of “Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin″ in Dutch-speaking markets and in the CIS-markets.

Both series are produced by Sphère Média Plus. Headquartered in the Montreal area (Canada)and lead by Jocelyn Deschènes, the production company is a major player on the television landscape, with over 720 episodes to its credit, or 550 viewing hours produced or under production, broadcast during prime time.

CRAZY COW is excited to be working with Sphère Média on the international success of their productions.

CRAZY COW inks distribution deal with Canadian company Point de Mire

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

CRAZY COW and the Canadian production company Point de Mire announced today that they have inked a deal for the distribution of the Canadian drama series “La Promesse” (104 x 50′).

Thirteen-year-old Isabelle Chamberland, the eldest daughter of Yves and Aline Chamberland, finds herself responsible for managing the household after her mother’s sudden death. Aline, the victim of a hit-and-run car accident, dies in Isabelle’s arms after the girl has made her a promise: that she will take care of her father and brothers, and, above all, do everything in her power to hang on to the family’s chocolate business, which has faithfully served three generations of chocolate-lovers.

“La Promesse”, which is broadcast since 2005 in prime-time on TVA (leading commercial network in French-speaking Canada), is now available as “ready made” and as “scripted format”.