Norwegian hit TV series “Pørni” sold to a company abroad

PorniPhoto: Marius Bjellebø / Viaplay / NTB culture

The Norwegian hit series “Pørni”, with Henriette Steenstrup being the creator and playing the main character, has been sold abroad, wrote Variety. VG first mentioned the case in Norway.

Israeli Keshet International has entered into a licensing agreement with the Latin American branch of Warner Media and the Spanish streaming service Filmin TV, which got the rights to “Pørni”.

Warner Media has ensured that the series will run exclusively on the streaming service HBO Max, which they own. They have also committed to buying seasons two and three of the popular series.

“Pørni” premiered on NENT Group-owned Viaplay earlier this year and became the most-watched series on the streaming service ever. Viaplay has ordered two new seasons of the series.

The series Pørni tries to juggle children’s needs, grief over a sister’s recent death, a hopeless ex-husband, a job in the child welfare service, and a father who wants to get the most out of his own love life.

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