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April 7, 2020 |

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NPO falls for Eccho’s Swedish drama

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Love Me first aired on streaming service Viaplay

Dutch broadcaster NPO has picked up a Swedish drama series from CJ ENM-owned Scandinavian distributor Eccho Rights.

Love Me tells the story of a woman searching for love while she juggles the lives of her grieving father and her hopeless romantic brother.

Produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Sweden, it originally aired on Nordic Entertainment Group streaming service Viaplay in October last year.

The second season of Love Me had been in production prior to the coronavirus pandemic, with its launch on Viaplay scheduled for this autumn. The first season is also set to air on Swedish pubcaster SVT this spring.

Nicola Söderlund, managing partner at Eccho Rights, said: “Scandinavian television is very well established in crime series. We are happy to see that a lot of other genres are developing in the territory as well. We have received a lot of interest in dramas and are proud to present Love Me as part of a growing slate of Nordic Romance.”

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