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Blackpills has acquired the rights to Europe and America — except for the French-speaking Canada — the first season of the series “adulthood” and “Versatile”.
In order to enrich their selection of the respective content, the application of video-on-demand to mobile phone Blackpills and Radio-Canada have already begun talks, confirmed that the public broadcaster.
In an interview at Duty earlier this week, one of the patrons of Blackpills, Patrick Holzman, had said that his company had ” initiated discussions with broadcasters and partners “.
Marc Pichette, director, public relations and the promotion of Radio-Canada, said that the leaders of the application designed for 18-25 year olds ” we have suggested a number of content and have shown interest in some of our webseries “. However, Radio-Canada did ” not, for the time being, the acquisition of some of their content.”
Mr. Pichette was also of the opinion that “it appears premature for the moment” to discuss the integration of Blackpills the tv service on demand Tou.tv. Since the beginning of the month of may, in order to weigh all the more heavily in the battle against Netflix, Radio-Canada offers on HERE Tou.tv Extra some of the emissions produced by the Group V Media, Bell Media, TV5 Québec and the national film Board of Canada.
Blackpills has also acquired the rights for Europe and America — except for the French-speaking Canada — the first season of the series The age of adulthood, Guillaume Lambert (Pixcom), and Versatile, made by Sébastien Landry and Laurence Morais-Lagacé (The Guerrilla), the duo who also created Game of Death, already on the application Blackpills.