eOne’s Bitten, Haven, Saving Hope sold to Olympusat

The Florida-based media company picked up 200 hours of content through a multi-year licensing agreement.

eOne has sold a batch of off-air series including Bitten, Haven and Saving Hope to Olympusat as part of a multi-year licensing agreement.

Olympusat, a Florida-based media company specializing in Hispanic television, acquired 200 hours of eOne content for its newly launched AVOD service, Free TV, in LatAm.

Under the deal, Olympusat licensed Bitten (seasons one to three, pictured), Haven (seasons one to five), Turn: Washington’s Spies (seasons one to four), Rogue (seasons one to four), Saving Hope (seasons one to five), Matador (season one), Ice (seasons one and two) and a pair of three-part series, Klondike and The Enfield Haunting.

The deal was brokered by David Hanono, VP Latin America, international distribution, eOne.

eOne has unveiled a number of licensing deals since the production shutdown in mid-March, with multi-series library deals such as this expected to gather further momentum if the global production sector is unable to get back to work in the fall.

At the end of May, eOne announced it had sold The Rookie into 180 territories, including Japan (WOWOW) and Norway (TV 2), while U.S. streamer BET+ picked up Floyd Kane-created DiggstownEarlier in the year, NBCUniversal International in Germany acquired NursesBurden of Truth and Deputy.

Last year, Olympusat acquired 60 hours of original Gusto TV programming to launch on its OTT platform VEMOX.