MIPTV 2017 – quality series are fighting for our attention, just have enough time to watch them.
An important player in the world of television will once again gather at Cannes, the industry’s largest trade fair this year.
As we have done in previous years, this year we will be reporting on MIPTV’s most exciting backstage. The biggest trade fair for the television industry is still held in picturesque Cannes, and the most important moments actually took place (as always) outside the performances, in private discussions with TV experts, because it is here that the program is bought by a particular channel. for yourself next season.
The MIPTV 2017 took place between the second and sixth of April, following the trend of recent years, with a plethora of presentations and panel discussions by the organizers. Along with the unstoppable proliferation of Video-on-Demand services, service providers need to create their own series to target the increased stimulus threshold for viewers. In the past, HBO could immediately come to mind in connection with cinema-quality television series, but the series offered by digital service providers have now mostly been able to provide the same standard. THE At MIPTV, Roy Price, head of Amazon Studios, spoke about the studio’s long-term plans, highlighting the new Jack Ryan series.
However, this wasn’t Amazon’s first big throw, and The Man in the High Castle and Grand Tour proved to be a truly spectacular program, with an international fan base built around them. Roy Price stressed that Amazon Studios only wants to deal with the best series in the world, they want to produce fresh and innovative series that will become an instant classic and everyone will talk about them. Hopefully the new Jack Ryan will be one such series, overseen by Paramount TV and Skydance Television, and filming is currently taking place in a number of locations in India, Tokyo, the Canary Islands and Europe as well as the United States. they rotate.
Netflix and Hulu, a big audience favorite, aren’t a cent behind, and pretty much every Video-on-Demand provider has a great in-house show on top of third-party ones.
Also an exciting novelty was the Riviera series, which flashed on MIPTV and is the responsibility of Oscar-winning Neil Jordan. We owed him the Interview with the Vampire and the Game of Crying, so we can really consider it a really big name in his profession. The series was indeed shot on the Riviera in the south of France, where the story took place, including Monaco, Nice, Saint Tropez and beautiful Cannes – where MIPTV took place. The twisted crime series starring Julia Stiles, Lena Olin and Anthony LaPaglia will still be worth watching in the future.
Consumer habits are constantly changing – this is clear from what was said at the International Drama Co-production talk on MIPTV on Tuesday. More and more live-action and animated drama series are made specifically for the younger age groups, as opposed to trends before the 1990s, when the genre was made almost exclusively for the entertainment of the older ones.
Of course, in addition to the above, this year’s event held a lot of exciting moments, and hopefully the viewers will soon be able to watch a lot of the TV series that seem to be excellent on domestic channels soon. The supply is plentiful, we will only have to find enough time to enjoy it all.
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