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19 May 2022

Viaplay’s critically acclaimed drama ‘Threesome’ returns for 2nd season!

The London-set series sees returning stars Matilda Källström (‘Likea’) and Simon Lööf (‘Eagles’) headline an outstanding cast of upcoming international talents. Produced by Yellow Bird, ‘Threesome’ is created by first-time director Lisa Linnertorp, known for on-screen roles in worldwide Nordic hits such as ‘The Bridge’ and ‘The Restaurant’.

The show picks up immediately after the emotionally intense finale to season one, in which Siri (Matilda Källström) and David (Simon Lööf) pushed the boundaries of their relationship by embarking on a threesome with French art student Camille. In season two, the couple’s jealousy, regret and desire continue to build, as they struggle to grasp what the events of one rainy evening mean for their future together.

“This new season is about breaking up. It deals with leaving and being left by the person you love, and the moment when love is transformed, distorted and no longer conquers everything. I’m looking forward to continuing David and Siri’s journey together with our fantastic team.” says Lisa Linnertorp, director of Threesome.

Threesome season 2 will be released late 2022.
27 January 2022

Threesome licensed to SBS in Australia

Eccho Rights have sealed a deal with SBS in Australia for critically acclaimed Swedish young adult drama THREESOME. The series will air on SBS VICELAND and the SBS On Demand service.

Produced by Yellow Bird for Nordic Entertainment Group streamer Viaplay, THREESOME has now been sold to a string of major international broadcasters including Channel 4 (UK), RTL (Germany), CANAL+ (France) and TVing (South Korea).

“THREESOME has captured the attention of international buyers and audiences, with its raw and honest portrayal of young love and heartbreak,” says Lucy Roberts, Director of Sales, Western Europe at Eccho Rights.
9 December 2021

Raft of Swedish dramas sells to the Far East

Eccho Rights has secured deals for several top Swedish drama titles to broadcasters and platforms in Japan and South Korea. TVing in South Korea has acquired THREESOME, LOVE ME and HONOUR for its expanding line up of international content. And in Japan, WOWOW has picked up the blue-sky crime drama HAMMARVIK, joining HONOUR, which was acquired during the summer.

TVing is the latest major international platform to bet on THREESOME, after deals with Channel 4 (UK), CANAL+ (France) and RTL (Germany) were all announced last month for the Yellow Bird-produced series. The young-adult relationship drama premiered across the Nordics on NENT Group’s streamer Viaplay in August 2021.

“THREESOME has established itself as one of our most in-demand properties, since winning universal critical acclaim in Sweden after its release earlier this year,” says Nicola Söderlund, Managing partner at Eccho Rights.

HONOUR (produced by Bigster) continues its remarkable international journey, now sold into more than 60 territories worldwide. The third season of the female-led legal thriller is currently shooting in Stockholm, slated for a spring 2022 release on Viaplay. HAMMARVIK (Nordisk Film & TV), created exclusively for television by multi-million selling novelist Camilla Läckberg, is one of NENT Group’s most successful titles of all time, watched by record audiences on both TV3 and streamer Viaplay. Season three of the blue-sky crime drama premieres 12th December on Viaplay. Romantic comedy-drama LOVE ME (Warner Bros. International), as well as breaking viewing records for Viaplay, has won a number of awards, including Sweden’s most prestigious television prize Kristallen, for Best TV Drama in 2020.