Paramount+ has unveiled a slate of unique acquisitions for the U.Okay. and Eire together with Keshet’s “La Brea” from NBCUniversal International Distribution and “Minx,” starring Jake Johnson and Ophelia Lovibond.
“La Brea” is a survival thriller during which residents battle for survival after they’re pulled right into a mysterious land by way of a Los Angeles sinkhole whereas “Minx” tells the story of a younger feminist and low-rent writer who got down to create an erotic journal for ladies within the Nineteen Seventies.
“Minx” was acquired from Lionsgate alongside Topher Grace’s “Residence Economics,” in regards to the relationship between three grownup siblings, and “Son of a Critch,” which relies on the memoir from “This Hour Has Twenty-Two Minutes” host Mark Critch.
The reveals will debut on the streamer in August.
“The Factor About Pam,” additionally acquired from NBCUniversal International Distribution and starring Renée Zellweger, Josh Duhamel and Judy Greer, dropped on Paramount+ final month. The story relies on the homicide of Betsy Faria in 2011.
In the meantime the streamer has additionally acquired “Chapelwaite,” which stars Adrien Brody and relies on the Stephen King brief story “Jerusalem’s Lot,” from Sony Photos Tv, and the collection “Savage River” (starring “13 Causes Why” lead Katherine Langford) from Dynamic Tv. Langford performs a younger girl who is decided to show her innocence after her small rural city is rocked by a surprising homicide.
“We’re working laborious to make Paramount+ the unique dwelling of premium content material from all over the world,” Anna-Belen Dunlop, senior director of acquisitions, at Paramount U.Okay. stated in a press release. “Paramount+ already brings collectively leisure’s largest names however we’ll maintain constructing our providing to make the service utterly irresistible to audiences.”