Latest content trends in Film and Television – January 2023

Latest content trends in Film and Television – January 2023

Latest content trends in Film and Television – January 2023

Latest content trends in Film and Television - January 2023

There’s one question that’s always top of mind for anyone in the entertainment industry – what are the latest content trends in film and television?

Vitrina’s cutting-edge AI technology keeps track of worldwide productions in real time. Acquisition teams are able to track exciting programmes as they arrive on the market.

Awards, trade show trends, cast lineups, etc. no longer dictate content acquisition strategies. Buyers are asking for material targeted to a certain event or audience type.  For example, an acquirer is looking for niche cooking programmes. They want to buy shows that use food to celebrate local cultures during festivals.

In today's streaming market, plot matters more than performers. Buyers want to get content their consumers enjoy.

Vitrina prioritises titles by deal activity, popularity, release date, and your preferences. By providing a non-biased list Vitrina makes it easy to discover new content. Not only that, the list is also more in-tune with upcoming trends.

This is a refreshing departure from biased sales pitches, marketing, and prejudiced perspectives.

Found a tv series that looks interesting? Find out right away who has licensing rights. You could also look for similar shows and find new partners to collaborate with.

Track the relevant signals to discover exactly which titles will define trends. Vitrina tracks all of them!

Vitrina’s monthly content roundup for trending content deals in film and television for January 2023 below, gives you a glimpse of what you can explore on the platform.

Latest & Popular Titles

Puss In Boots: The Last Wish

Puss in Boots discovers that his passion for adventure has taken its toll: He has burned through eight of his nine lives, leaving him with only one life left. Puss sets out on an epic journey to find the mythical Last Wish and restore his nine lives.

Avatar: The Way of Water

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, learn the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure.

Latest Commissions

Surviving Sumner

Netflix signed a production deal with ZDF Studios and Werner Film Productions for Surviving Summer

Flordelis: A Family Crime

HBO Max signed a production deal with Petterle Films, Viva Productions and Wall to Wall Media for Flordelis: A Family Crime for Worldwide (Including Brazil)

Trending in Deal Intel

The Crime Is Mine

Playtime announced a distribution deal with several distributors for The Crime Is Mine for multiple regions in Europe.

Reginald the Vampire

Syfy signed a production deal with Cineflix Media, Great Pacific Media, December Films and Modern Story for Reginald the Vampire

Recent Season Renewals


Syfy and USA Network signed a production deal with Universal Content Productions for a season renewal of Chucky


CBS signed a production deal with BBC Studios Los Angeles Production, Lionsgate Television, CBS Studios and Monumental Television for Ghosts

Recent Format Rights Acquired

Love for the Ages

Banijay Rights signed an acquisition deal with Red Arrow Studios International for Love for the Ages for Nordics, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, France

Ready to Mingle

Viasat3 signed an acquisition deal with ITV Studios for Ready to Mingle for Hungary

Join Vitrina today for Cross-Border Content & Partnerships

Latest Avails

Sea of Time

HBO Central Europe signed an acquisition deal with DFW International for Sea of Time for Central Europe

Who Invited Charlie?

Vertical Entertainment signed a distribution deal with Jason Dubin, Reid Scott, Xavier Manrique, Nicholas Schutt and CAA Media Finance for Who Invited Charlie? for North America

Recent Acquisitions


V-Me Media signed an acquisition deal with Mondo TV Group for Bat Pat, Dinofroz and The Drakers

The Stand Up Sketch Show

Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation signed an acquisition deal with BBC Studios for The Stand Up Sketch Show

Trending Korean Content


Acemaker Movieworks signed a distribution deal with Geumwol for Tyrant

The Night Owl

Golden Village signed a distribution deal with C-JeS Entertainment for The Night Owl for Singapore

Trending Spanish Content

Dafne and the Rest

SkyShowtime signed an acquisition deal with Warner Bros. Discovery for Dafne and the Rest for Europe


One Way or Another

SkyShowtime signed an acquisition deal with Warner Bros. Discovery for One Way or Another Season 2  for Europe

Similar Articles

Join the Largest Worldwide Business Network in Entertainment!

Vitrina, the Global Sourcing Hub for the Entertainment Supply-Chain.