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MHz Choice and Topic Streaming Services Merge, Will Have U.S. Exclusive on ‘Babylon Berlin’ After Series Leaves Netflix

Kino Lorber’s MHz Choice and Topic will merge into one streaming service, parent company Kino Lorber announced Thursday.

The combined service, now featuring hundreds more series, will be overseen by Kino Lorber Chief Operating Officer Martha Benyam, with Lisa Schwartz, Kino Lorber Chief Revenue Officer, overseeing distribution and partnerships, Executive Vice President, Content Strategy Lance Schwulst continuing to oversee programming and Monica Bloom, who joined Kino Lorber from Topic, continuing to serve as Chief Marketing Officer.” “MHz Choice is now the ultimate destination for those who love international series, and especially European mysteries and Nordic noir,” said Ed Carroll, President, Kino Lorber Media Group. “’Babylon Berlin’ is one of the crown jewels of television, a period drama whose timeless themes transcend geography and language in the way shows like A French Village, Downton Abbey or Mad Men have all around the world.

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‘Babylon Berlin’ Finds New U.S. Home On Newly-Merged MHz Choice & Topic Streaming Platform