Starring internationally renowned actor Burak Ozcivit, the 185+ episode season is now broadcast in over 36 countries.
SynProNize, a Dubai-based content distribution and production company, led by Nitin Michael and Hasnaa Descuns, has announced that it has licensed ATV’s historical drama series, The Ottoman (Kuruluş Osman) to Geo TV in Pakistan. With this deal, the series is now available in more than 35 countries. Previously, SynProNize brought another ATV’s Turkish drama series Hercai to TVOne in Pakistan.
The company is also finalising additional ATV programme deals for Turkey.
Starring internationally renowned actor Burak Ozcivit, the 185+ episode season is now broadcast in over 36 countries. The programme was chosen by The Wit at MIPCOM 2019, as one of its “fresh” dramas, and the series reached a 30% share average for its entire first season in Turkey.
Produced by Bozdag Film, The Ottoman (Kuruluş Osman) reveals Osman Gazi’s internal and external struggles to establish and control the mighty Ottoman Empire, encountering enemies, traitors, and romance along his journey.
Speaking about the deal, Nitin Michael said: “SynProNize is proud to represent ATV’s award-winning drama series The Ottoman and be a part of the global reach of this fantastic historical programme. We found the perfect partner in Pakistan – Geo TV – to give the show its proper attention. SynProNize continues to connect great content to great platforms.”
Müge Akar, Content Sales Deputy Manager of ATV, added: “We are thrilled that our partner SynProNize was able to pair ATV’s The Ottoman with Pakistani viewers. The series is now airing in over 36 countries and is our most popular programme to-date. Geo TV is a wonderful platform for The Ottoman, and we are confident that their audiences will enjoy the series as so many others have done around the world.”