The Wit List @MIPTV-MIPCOM

The (w)it list is a monthly selection by The WIT of 3 fresh, innovative and entertaining shows from around the world with high social media buzz, made just for the MIPTV/MIPCOM community.


  • Fresh TV - 3 fresh shows with highest social media buzz every month

    Powered by The WIT, watch some freshest, most innovative, entertaining shows with high social media buzz from around the world. February’s playlist includes : The Great Art Robbery, Channel 4, UK; VDeath Comes to Pemberley, BBC One, UK; Masterpiece, Rai 3, Italy.


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    Derren Brown: The Great Art Robbery, Channel 4, UK

    Pitch: Magic entertainment special starring Derren Brown as he attempts to steal a Turner-nominated painting using pensioners to pull off the audacious attempt, which requires perfect timing, the ability to deceive a security guard and, holding their nerve while under extreme pressure.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the entertainment one-off ranked among the five most commented TV premieres of the week in social media in Europe. On Facebook, since the one-off, the number of Facebook likes increased by almost 10%, reaching in February 2014 538,031 Likes on the magician’s already successful official page.

    Premiere:Friday 13 December 2013
    Distributor: All3Media International
    1 95-minute episode

    Death Comes to Pemberley, BBC One, UK

    Pitch: Period drama miniseries, adapted by Juliette Towhidi (Calendar Girls) from PD James’ bestselling homage to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The story takes place six years after the events in the novel with the same characters. The peace at Pemberley is broken when an unexpected guest brings news of a murder.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama miniseries ranked among the five most commented scripted TV premieres of the week in social media in Europe.

    Premiere: Thursday 26 December 2013
    Distributor: Endemol Distribution
    3 60-minute episodes

    Masterpiece, Rai 3, Italy

    Pitch: Competition for literary talents where wannabe writers present their work to a jury made up of bestselling authors. During the first stage, the jury picks one winner per episode who'll compete in the finale. After this stage, viewers vote on the web to add three more finalists and the jury can also add three contestants with wild cards. During the final stage, the 12 best contestants compete against each other to have his/her book published.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the competition series ranked among the five most commented TV premieres of the week in social media in Europe. Over the whole first stage, the number of Facebook likes increased by 264% and the number of Twitter followers increased by 486%.

    Premiere:Sunday 17 November 2013
    Distributor: FremantleMedia International
    6 weekly 60-minute episodes for the first stage

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