Giuliana Alberti, TV Azteca Internacional: Flock Entertainment is an ally with an important projected growth in South Asia

TV Azteca Internacional: Our content will be again in Asia through Flock Entertainment
04 de agosto de 2021

After closing an agreement with Flock Entertainment, the TV Azteca series Demencia, La Teniente and Drenaje Profundo will be available in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

“At TV Azteca Internacional we are happy to once again bring content to Asia. Flock Entertainment is an ally with an important projected growth in South Asia, and the presence of TV Azteca is undoubtedly an essential part of the offer to its users”, said Giuliana Alberti, Sales representative of TV Azteca International for the Asian territories, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Brussels, Denmark, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.

“We know that the way of consuming content is constantly changing, which is why we have created new agreements that allow us to take more programs to other continents, such as Asia. Our series are an offering of quality entertainment that tells stories of suspense and intrigue, which alone adapt to audiences such as those of the Flock platform”, said Dulce Ávila, Sales Manager Content of TV Azteca Internacional.

Demencia (10x45 ') is a fiction series where a reporter decides to enter a psychiatric hospital in order to solve the murder of her grandmother, but once she finds the killer, she will not be able to leave the facility so easily.

La Teniente (24x45 ') tells the story of Roberta Ballesteros, an awarded medal of honor at the Navy Special Forces school, who is part of an elite platoon, thus becoming the first woman to reach this high level in this institution.

Drenaje Profundo (20x45 ') is about Ulises, a stubborn investigator for an elite police agency, specialized in solving different types of crimes. It is also the story of a conspiracy, and of old scientific experiments that resulted in a segregated community after the governments of Mexico and the United States launched a scientific cooperation agreement called " Proyecto Milagro" in the 1970s.