Singapore July 26, 2017: Bomanbridge Media, a Singapore-based content distribution and production agency recently picked up 350 hours of content including over 150 hours of Korean drama and 180 hours of feature films and series from Twentieth Century Fox.
Titles that were picked up from Twentieth Century Fox includes American Horror Story S1 to S3, Fresh off the Boat S1 & S2, and Malcolm in the Middle S1 to S7. American Horror Story features individual storylines for each season. In season 3, American Horror Story: Coven tells the secret history of witches and witchcraft in America. Fresh off
the Boat is the first American sitcom starring an Asian-American family to air on network primetime in over 20 years. Set in the 1990s, Eddie Huang and his family swap DC’s Chinatown for suburban Orlando, in pursuit of the American Dream, which turns out to be a huge culture shock for 12-year-old hip-hop loving Eddie and his immigrant family. Malcolm in the Middle features Malcolm, a 9-year-old kid, whose life is turned upside down when he is forced into the “gifted” class and finds himself surrounded by a group of talented outcasts.
Among some of the 30 feature films that were also picked up by Bomanbridge included 127 Hours, Braveheart, Chronicle, Planet of the Apes, The Croods, The Monuments Men and the X-Men series.
On top of the American drama series, Bomanbridge Media also selected over 150 hours of popular Korean drama from the latest 2016/2017 line up.
“Bomanbridge is constantly looking for premium content that will support developing markets, such as Mongolia. We are proud that this highly performing content will help local broadcasters to raise the bar on entertainment value,” said Sonia Fleck, CEO of Bomanbridge Media.
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