Directed by Victor Bojinov and Vassil Steffanov “Liasons” got a 42.3% share in Bulgaria, 10 percentage points above the broadcaster’s average.
Series portrays secret and public love lives, often involving criss-crossing dramedic imbroglios.
Spain’s foremost TV fiction sales company, Imagina also includes in its lineup “Olmos & Robles,” a detective comedy skein produced by 100 balas and aired by Spanish pubcaster TVE, punching an audience of three millions viewers last September. Also produced by 100 Balas and in Imagina’s Mipcom catalog: comedic show “Duck Soup.”
New seasons from Globomedia series “B & B Magazine,” and “Anclados —both broadcast on commercial Spanish channel Telecinco—, and Voz Audiovisual’s “Serramoura” to be aired soon on Galician pubcaster TVG, sums up to Imagina offer.
“B & B” is a sitcom set in a fashion magazine with a cast featuring some of Spain’s hottest film/TV thesps: Belen Rueda (“The Body”), Dani Rovira (“Spanish Affair”), Gonzalo de Castro (“What’s a Bear For”) and Macarena Garcia (“Blancanieves”).
Another comedy series, “Anclados” turns on the lives of cruise-ship workers. Casting doesn’t skimp either on national stars: Miren Ibarguren (“With or Without Love”), actor-turned-helmer Daniel Guzman (“In Exchange of Nothing”), Joaquin Reyes (“Ghost Graduation”) and Rossy de Palma (“Silencio”).
Alternative shows “Safari Wazungu,” and “Weight Loss Challenge,” travel doc “Naranjito and Me” and gastronomic doc “Snacks, bocados de una realidad” are other Imagina pick ups.
Imagina’s Mipcom slate is rounded up by soccer docus “Messi,” helmed by Alex de la Iglesia and produced by Mediapro turning on the Barcelona FC star Leo Messi, and the Bonita Films produced “The Last Match,” directed by Jordi Marcos, about legendary player and manager Johan Cruyff.