Banijay Rights launches new website & catalogue

Banijay Rights launches new website & catalogue

It has a catalogue of almost 90,000 hours with brands ranging from Survivor to MasterChef


MUMBAI: Banijay Rights has unveiled its brand-new catalogue and refreshed website following the integration of Banijay Rights and Endemol Shine International.

In keeping with Banijay’s latest re-brand, the company has a catalogue of 90,000 hours of finished programming and an extensive formats catalogue. The modern and engaging site, which taps into the Banijay, connects buyers with standout mutli-genre programming, company news and is supplemented with an app for on-the-go access. Designed and created by Rawnet, the website also gives users an enhanced screening experience, with the ability to create or receive programme playlists.

Included in the new drama slate is 6 x 30’ dark comedy, Two Weeks To Live, starring Emmy award-nominee Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones) produced by Kudos for Sky One and Now TV; Adult Material, a 4×60’ title produced by Fifty Fathoms for Channel 4, telling the story of leading British pornstar, Jolene Dollar, played by Hayley Squires, juggling on-set glamour and motherhood at home; five-part drama from Tiger Aspect for ITV, Viewpoint, a contemporary surveillance thriller starring Harry Bradbeer (Killing Eve), explores whether it is ever possible to observe the lives of others with true objectivity and zero effect; and from Yellow Bird, comes six part Swedish true crime, The Hunt For A Killer, for SVT.

Unscripted new releases include 4 x 60’ series, Michael Palin: Travels of a Lifetime; one-off documentary, Leigh-Anne: Colourism and Race, from Dragonfly Film and Television for BBC Three; and Idris Elba’s Fight School  (4 x 60’ for BBC Two), a timely and important series from Workerbee, which won’t pull any punches.  

Elsewhere, entertainment format, I Got You Babe, is a hilarious singing competition, which sees six celebrities team up with a puppet each to become the country’s best singing duet; in Fame Maker, contestants can be seen but not heard, as they sing under a soundproofed glass dome; and new dating experiment, Alone Together,  leaves two strangers spend days in complete isolation on a stunning Swedish island to give love the chance to blossom.

The announcement follows Banijay Rights’ recent unveiling of its newly-formed sales team, led by chief executive officer, Cathy Payne.