Drama series on Queen Maxima sold to foreign channels

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The Dutch drama series on Queen Maxima’s life has been sold to some foreign networks to air.

Warner Media has purchased the series to be released on Max in Latin America, according to Dutch producer Millstreet Films and their international sales partner Beta Film.

Croatian HRT, ORF for Austria, Israëls’ HOT, LV1 in Latvia and a channel in Slovakia have also purchased the series.

So far, it doesn’t appear that any English-language channels have picked it up.

Videoland will begin airing the drama beginning on 20 April in a six-part series based on a book by Marcia Luyten.

Delfina Chaves will play Queen Maxima, while Martijn Lakemeier will portray King Willem-Alexander. The series will also star Elsie de Brauw as Princess Beatrix and Sebastian Koch as Prince Claus.

The show will revolve around then-Maxima Zorreguieta’s early life in Argentina and younger years in New York. There will be a focus on Willem-Alexander’s proposal in 1999 and the scandal that followed regarding Maxima’s father, Jorge.

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