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VIDEO: Croatian TV Series Broadcast Around The World

On Monday evening a Croatian mini-series debuted on satellite TV station Viasat History, which is broadcasted in over 30 countries in the world, making it the most broadcasted product overseas from its producers Croatian Radio Television (HRT) in their history.

Millions of viewers around the world will get a chance to watch “Croatian Kings” (Hrvatski kraljevi), which tells the tale of medieval Croatia and the beginnings of the Croatian state and its rulers, in seven fifty minute episodes.

Croatian Kings director Bozidar Domagoj Buric said that the series was bought by the foreigners immediately after appearing at the TV festival in Cannes.

“I am proud of the success of HRT and “Croatian Kings”, which will be watched now in over 30 countries, making it the most broadcasted series to come out of HRT in the world ever,” said Buric, adding that a new series, to be titled “Republic” and which will follow the history of Dubrovnik, is currently being prepared.

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