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

    Discover the freshest TV shows with highest social media buzz. April’s playlist includes: Serçe Sarayı (My Destiny), Star TV, Turkey; 1992, Sky Atlantic, Italy; El ministerio del tiempo (The Department of Time), La 1, Spain.


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    Serçe Sarayı (My Destiny), Star TV, Turkey

    Pitch: Drama series telling the story of widowed Serçe who is trying to survive with her 2 children (daughter and son) and her sister. Since she’s still young and beautiful, she receives a lot of proposal after her husband’s death but she rejects all of them since she still loves her husband deeply. But one day, she finds out that her husband has been cheating on her and has an illegitimate son from another woman. This news destroys her entire world…

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama series was among the 10 most commented premieres of the week in social media in Europe and the most commented premiere in Turkey, reaching 18’567 comments on Twitter. Over the first month, the number of Facebook Likes increased by 47%.

    Premiere: Thursday 5 March 2015
    Distributor: Global Agency
    Weekly 60-minute episodes (ongoing production)

    1992, Sky Atlantic, Italy

    Pitch: Thriller drama series following six individuals who are one way or the other involved in the investigation "Mani Pulite" (Clean Hands), which unveiled a political corruption scheme nicknamed "Tangentopoli" (Bribesville) in Milan in 1992. Launched the same day on Sky SVOD in Germany/Austria and Sky Arts in the UK/Ireland.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama series was among the 4 most commented premieres of the week in social media in Europe, reaching 9 721 social comments.

    Premiere: Tuesday 24 March 2015
    Distributor: Beta Film
    10 weekly 60-minute episodes

    El ministerio del tiempo (The Department of Time), La 1, Spain

    Pitch: Fantasy/mystery drama that narrates the daily life of a singular task force pursuing a fundamental mission: to prevent anyone from altering the past. The Department of Time is a secret government institution with a primary mission: to prevent anyone from altering the past. Created over 500 years ago, the existence of this department has been carefully hidden by subsequent kings and governments and therefore very few people know of its existence. A second season has been ordered.

    Social media buzz: According to the witspottER analytics, the drama series was the second most commented premiere of the week in social media in Europe, reaching 24 374 social comments. Over the first season, the number of Twitter followers was multiplied by 6 and the number of Facebook likes by 4!

    Premiere: Tuesday 24 February 2015
    Distributor: Onza Distribution
    8 weekly 70-minute episodes

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