"Ten percent" will be adapted in six new countries

“Ten percent” will be adapted in six new countries

SERIES – We don’t stop the French series anymore. After being crowned best comedy series at the International Emmy Awards in November 2021, Ten percent, will be adapted in six new countries: South Korea, Indonesia, the Middle East, the Philippines, Malaysia and Poland. It has already been used in China, England, Italy, Canada and India.

Over four seasons, the series follows the destiny of a small fictional Parisian agency, ASK, where viewers discover the vagaries and difficulties of this shadowy profession, at the service of actors and actresses. With this particularity: in each episode, the real stars play their own role with a good dose of humor and self-mockery.

In Indonesia, the remake of Ten percent will be led by Erik Matti, the director of the film On The Job. The series will be split into eight episodes, starring Angel Locsin (“The General’s Daughter”) and Edu Manzano (“Marry Me, Marry You”), a local star. Filming is due to start in the spring.

The Indonesian adaptation was commissioned by Disney and is part of the Asia-Pacific original content creation program for the platform. Disney had recently announced that it wanted to create 50 original series and shows by 2023 for the area.

In the Middle East, the remake will be produced in partnership with the NBC channel, with HBO Go in the Philippines, Astro in Malaysia, and TVN in Poland. The South Korean partner has yet to be announced.

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