Banijay Rights Launches New Website and Catalogue

23 September, 2020

Banijay Rights today unveils its brand-new catalogue and refreshed website following the integration of Banijay Rights and Endemol Shine International.

In keeping with Banijay’s latest re-brand, the fresh new website provides access to almost 90,000 hours of finished programming and an extensive formats catalogue. The modern and engaging site, which taps into the Banijay B, connects buyers with standout mutli-genre programming, company news and is supplemented with an app for on-the-go access. Designed and created by Rawnet, the website also gives users an enhanced screening experience, with the ability to create or receive programme playlists.

The latest programme catalogue from Banijay Rights covers storytelling for every audience and can be found by visiting:

Included in the new drama slate is 6 x 30’ dark comedy, Two Weeks To Live, starring Emmy® Award-nominee Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones) produced by Kudos for Sky One and Now TV; Adult Material, a 4×60’ title produced by Fifty Fathoms for Channel 4, telling the story of leading British pornstar, Jolene Dollar, played by Hayley Squires, juggling on-set glamour and motherhood at home; five-part drama from Tiger Aspect for ITV, Viewpoint, a contemporary surveillance thriller starring Harry Bradbeer (Killing Eve), explores whether it is ever possible to observe the lives of others with true objectivity and zero effect; and from Yellow Bird, comes six part Swedish true crime, The Hunt For A Killer, for SVT.

Unscripted new releases include 4 x 60’ series, Michael Palin: Travels of a Lifetime; one-off documentary, Leigh-Anne: Colourism and Race, from Dragonfly Film and Television for BBC Three; and Idris Elba’s Fight School  (4 x 60’ for BBC Two), a timely and important series from Workerbee, which won’t pull any punches.   

Elsewhere, entertainment format, I Got You Babe, is a hilarious singing competition, which sees six celebrities team up with a puppet each to become the country’s best singing duet; in Fame Maker, contestants can be seen but not heard, as they sing under a soundproofed glass dome; and new dating experiment, Alone Together,  leaves two strangers spend days in complete isolation on a stunning Swedish island to give love the chance to blossom.

The catalogue and website is now available to clients worldwide: The announcement follows Banijay Rights’ recent unveiling of its newly-formed sales team, led by Chief Executive Officer, Cathy Payne.