Netflix Hosts Euro Shows Walking Tours – Global Summaries – Deadline

Netflix offers free walking tours of European capitals to highlight iconic show locations

For fans who want to eat a croissant on the Place de l’Estrapade as in Emily in Paris or experience a Callao money heist in Callao from The Money Heist, Netflix will provide the service from July 11 to 17. The streamer has partnered with SANDEMAN’s New Europe Tours in London, Paris and Madrid for a series of free guided walking tours that share the history and details of the cities, including visits to the locations of iconic scenes from his shows and movies. international. The walks will also include behind-the-scenes information on the shoot.

BBC orders Duck Soup’s ‘Lost Boys and Fairies’ adoption story

The BBC has commissioned lost boys and fairies, a queer adoption story by Welsh writer Daf James. BBC Drama and BBC Cymru Wales team up on the four-part series, which is from Leeds-based independent Duck Soup Films. Announced at the Wales Screen Summit by BBC Cymru Wales director Rhuanedd Richards, the show will follow the singer and entertainer at a Cardiff queer club, Gabriel and his partner Andy, who adopt their first child. But to truly raise seven-year-old Jake, Gabriel must try to repair his relationship with his own father. Filming will be in Wales and casting will follow in due course. James is an executive producer, along with Jessica Brown Meek, Rebekah Wray-Rogers and Libby Durdy. for Duck Soup Films and Jo McClellan for the BBC. All3Media International will distribute.

BBC orders more ‘weakest link’

BBC One has commissioned another quiz season the weakest link — the second with host Romesh Ranganathan. The BBC Studios Entertainment-produced show returned in 2021 after nearly four years off the air in the UK and performed strongly, with a peak 30+ viewing audience of 5.3 million. “I’m thrilled to be doing another series, partly because it’s a fun show and the response has been incredible, but mostly to avoid the ‘Turns Out Romesh Was The Weak Link’ headline,” said Ranganathan, a comedian by trade. .

Channel 4 and S4C team for Welsh musical adaptation first

UK broadcasters Channel 4 and S4C co-commissioned Cardiff’s Afanti Media (also known as Avanti Media) to co-produce what is billed as the first Welsh-language musical adaptation with OFRA Cymru. Channel 4 content director Ian Katz announced the production of a moonlit night (a moonlit night) today at the Wales Screen Summit. The musical, inspired by the Welsh novel of the same name, will be simulcast globally, according to the partners. Caradog Prichard’s semi-autobiographical story tells the story of a traumatic event in the author’s life when he took his mother to the local nursing home, from which he never returned. Marc Evans will conduct, with the Welsh National Opera Orchestra recording a score. Additional funding is currently being sought from Ffilm Cymru and Creative Wales. The language of the libretto will be Welsh and subtitled in English. At the Wales Screen Summit yesterday, S4C CEO Sian Doyle called on partners, saying the broadcaster was “open for business” following a government announcement that support was worth of £12M ($14.5M) would be available in the next few years.

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