East African pay TV operator Azam TV has acquired Turkish drama Golden Boy (249×45’), after a deal with Scandinavia-based distributor Eccho Rights.
Tanzania-based Azam will air the series on its satellite TV platform in its domestic market as well as Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Ghana, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Azam is owned by Bakhresa Group,
The show has also been licensed to Poland’s TVP, Czechia’s Nova TV, Serbia’s Happy TV and Kazakhstan’s Khabar TV, bringing the total number of countries in which the show will air to 100, according to Eccho. It recently returned for its second season in Turkey.
Produced by Istanbul-based prodco OGM Pictures for Turkey’s Star TV, Golden Boy is a family drama about two sisters whose lives change forever when they cross paths with a charming bachelor.