Universal Africa signs new series of Hollywood On Set

Editor | 20 November 2014
After what it claims was a very successful DISCOP, Prime Entertainment Group has another success in the area, this time with the renewal of its leading series with Universal Networks in the Pan African region.

The broadcaster has acquired another 52 episodes of Prime's Hollywood On Set 52x26'/year which it will broadcast in high definition. This is the third year in a row that the series, offering a backstage glimpse of Tinsel Town, will be broadcast on the leading movie channel of the region across 52 territories. The programme also airs on channels such as HBO Asia, HBO Netherlands, HBO Central Europe and Chello Latin America.
"It's a true pleasure to reinforce our presence in the African territories and see our cinema-related series do so well on big studio's movie channels like Universal," commented Prime managing director, David Freydt. "Universal has been a great partner these last years and we keep strengthening our relationship by placing more and more of our programmes on the their networks all over the globe. This is a great satisfaction for our work team, and a reward for our efforts on delivering the best products."