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Hidden Assets season two rights acquired by buyers in the UK, Australia, Sweden, and Norway
30 Nov 2023 : News Desk
Hidden Assets
The rights to second two of crime drama series Hidden Assets have been licensed by DCD Rights for distribution in four regions.

Irish crime drama series Hidden Assets will be distributed in the UK, Australia, Sweden, and Norway, following DCD Rights licensing the rights to the second season to several buyers. These buyers are the BBC for the U.K., SBS and Stan for Australia, TV4 for Sweden and TV2 for Norway.

The 12-part series was commissioned by RTÉ and Acorn TV in association with Screen Ireland, Screen Flanders and SuperChannel, and is financed through tax incentives from Ireland (Section 481), Belgium (BNPPFFF) and Canada (Quebéc production tax services). Hidden Assets is produced by Irish production company Saffron Moon and Canada’s Facet4 Media and co-produced with Belgian producer Potemkino.

Hidden Assets is written by Peter McKenna (Kin, Red Rock), Morna Regan, Mary Fox and Marty Thornton. It was co-directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan (The Miracle Club) and Belgian director Kadir Ferati Balci (Cold Courage). Earlier this year, IFTN interviewed screenwriting duo Fox and Thornton about joining the writers’ room on the second series.

The second season, which had co-funding from Screen Ireland and Creative Europe MEDIA, first aired on RTÉ earlier this year. The story picks up from the first season in which Irish investigators probed a series of bombings in Belgium. Personnel changes mean that the Criminal Assets Bureau is less willing to strike a deal with an informant, but is forced into an alliance when the CAB and the Belgian investigators come under a cyber-attack.

Hidden Assets season two stars Nora-Jane Noone (The Ipcress File, My Sailor, My Love), Wouter Hendrickx (Undercover, Blackout) and Simone Kirby (His Dark Materials, Peaky Blinders).





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