Topic: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

Universal City, CA - September 17, 2010 wrote:

The highly anticipated conspiracy thriller The Event has been licensed to nearly 200 international territories, it was announced today by NBC Universal International Television Distribution President Belinda Menendez. The Event premieres in the U.S. on Monday, September 20, at 9:00 p.m. ET.

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

Universal City, CA - September 17, 2010 wrote:

The highly anticipated conspiracy thriller The Event has been licensed to nearly 200 international territories

*headesk*

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

Orlando wrote:
Universal City, CA - September 17, 2010 wrote:

The highly anticipated conspiracy thriller The Event has been licensed to nearly 200 international territories

*headesk*

Why O-Man? It tries really hard to be the new Lost. Maybe it already succeeded linense wise wink

I enjoyed the pilot very much. Nice cast and seems like a nice plot - if you can speak of a plot after these whole flash-backs-forward-sideways wink

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

I also kinda liked the pilot but buying the rights for a show just after one ep from an national tv station is just horse shit.

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

Orlando wrote:

I also kinda liked the pilot but buying the rights for a show just after one ep from an national tv station is just horse shit.

Who said it was licensed after one episode? The deal was sealed before it wasn't even aired. So you can imagine other tv stations worldwide took a closer look at the coming episodes. I guess we can assume this show won't be cancelled soon. With such a deal NBC will make things happen if the ratings should drop wink

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

BlackBox wrote:
Orlando wrote:

I also kinda liked the pilot but buying the rights for a show just after one ep from an national tv station is just horse shit.

Who said it was licensed after one episode? The deal was sealed before it wasn't even aired.

Then I shall shut the fuck up.

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Re: Nearly 200 International Territories Licensed Prior to U.S. Premiere

Orlando wrote:
BlackBox wrote:
Orlando wrote:

I also kinda liked the pilot but buying the rights for a show just after one ep from an national tv station is just horse shit.

Who said it was licensed after one episode? The deal was sealed before it wasn't even aired.

Then I shall shut the fuck up.

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