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. March’s playlist includes: Troy (UK), El Príncipe (Spain) and Love Child (Australia).


  • The Wit List - Playlist 26 details

    Troy, E4, UK

    Pitch: Magic show by young magician Troy Von Scheibner who performs stunts before an unsuspecting public. Combining his distinctive blend of close-up magic and mischievous tricks, the series combines elements of street magic and close up studio illusions, with each episode culminating in one spectacular stunt.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, Troy was the second most commented TV premiere of the week in social media worldwide. On Twitter, three weeks after the premiere, his account reached over 45 000 Followers.

    Premiere:Tuesday 11 February 2014
    Distributor:Endemol
    6 weekly 60-minute episodes

    El Príncipe (The Prince), Telecinco, Spain

    Pitch: Cop drama series about a newly appointed police captain who is sent on a mission to fight a drug lord in Ceuta, a Spanish town on the North African coast surrounded by Moroccan territory. He actually works undercover for Spanish secret services to investigate the links between presumably corrupted cops and terrorists.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama series ranked among the five most commented scripted TV premieres of the week in social media worldwide. Heavily promoted and highly anticipated the new cop series was very well received by viewers: over the first 4 episodes, the number of Facebook likes increased by 924% and the number of Twitter followers increased by 654%.

    Premiere: Tuesday 4 February 2014
    Distributor: Mediaset Spain
    13 weekly 90-minute episodes

    Love Child, Nine, Australia

    Pitch: Period drama series set in 1969 in Kings Cross, Sydney, following characters caught in the crossfire as they live, work and play at the very centre of the cultural and sexual revolution. Their lives intersect between the Haven, a maternity hospital and home for unwed mothers, and the wild streets of the buzzing neighborhood Darlinghurst.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama series was the second most commented TV premiere of the week in social media in Australia. Over the first 3 episodes, the number of Facebook likes increased by 292% and the number of Twitter followers increased by 470%.

    Premiere:Monday 17 February 2014
    Distributor: All3Media International International
    8 weekly 60-minute episodes for the first stage

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