All3Media, one of the largest independent film distributor in Europe signed deal with the aggregator Vubiquity, to bring BBC drama ‘The Missing’ to video-on-demand platforms in the African Middle East countries.
The agreement signed will be exclusive to subscribers of Vubiquity-powered services in the Middle East countries; Kuwait, Cyprus, Oman, Morocco, United Arab Emirates and Qatar and the African countries comprising of South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Zambia, Cameroon, Rwanda, Seychelles, Ivory Coast, Swaziland and Botswana.
“We’re delighted to bring The Missing from all3media International to viewers around the world. The Missing is a fine example of the very best in quality television. In the UK it was an outstanding success, due in no small part to an amazing script and award-winning performances. We are delighted to continue to provide our affiliates with very recent, award-winning quality television”, said Marco Nadotti, Senior Vice President of Content for Vubiquity.
Television series which has been critically renowned, ‘The Missing’, will have its first season made available immediately across the regions covered by the licensing deal. The Missing is actually a thriller which follows a couple, frantically endeavouring to find their lost son aged five, who went missing while they were all on holidays.