The drama has also been sold to SBS in Australia, NBC Universal in France, Super Channel in Canada, TVNZ in New Zealand and DRTV in Denmark.
Prentiss Fraser, MD and EVP of Fox Networks Group Content Distribution said: “Fox Europe and Africa has produced a stunning, intriguing and exciting series featuring amazing talent behind and in front of the camera.
is described as a grounded, visceral thriller, moving between the deeply personal story of a family man fighting to escape his past and the violent, dark excesses of government and global corporate power.
It centers around Max Easton (Strong), an ex-spy whose past comes back to haunt him when he’s summoned away from his new life in the Pyrenees by George White (Alistair Petrie), head of covert MI6/CIA team “The Section.” White convinces Max to return to the field to avenge the death of his estranged son Harry (Dempsie).
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With such a strong undercurrent of corruption, who can Max trust? is a timely, and addictive, thriller that fits perfectly into Epix’s growing portfolio of premium original programming.
With Matthew’s smart storytelling, an excellent cast led by Mark Strong and a fantastic production and design team, we’re very excited to bring this quality drama to an American audience,” said Michael Wright, President, Epix.
The series is produced by Endor, a Red Arrow Studios company.
The deal was negotiated by Fox Networks Group Content Group, who also hold exclusive global distribution rights for the series, working in partnership with FNG Europe & Africa.