3Vision Show Tracker

Show Tracker

What shows are selling? And who’s buying them? The 3Vision Show Tracker provides a unified view of where scripted TV series are being distributed in key markets, who is selling and buying, and what the main characteristics of each deal are

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Online Tool

The Show Tracker Online tool is an easy and intuitive interface to lets you get the insight you need from our data - Available on Desktop, Tablet and Mobile

8 specialised dashboards let you answer any question you may have about Services, Distributors, Shows, Utilisation, Markets, Genres, Second Windows and Year on Year trends

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What shows are we tracking?

We track all US scripted shows from the 2016/17 season onwards monitoring 24 parameters in 14 markets - including data on 1st and 2nd window sales of over 420 TV series available on over 260 services

In addition to US scripted shows over 100 high-profile non-US scripted shows are being tracked as part of Show Tracker

Be on top of the latest trends

Extract real world examples of how broadcasters are innovating with offerings like In-Season-Boxsets. Entire seasons being released alongside the broadcast premiere on channel's catch-up services

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  • A unified view of where over 420 leading scripted TV series are being distributed across 14 markets
  • Online Tool powered by Tableau to access the insight you need easily on any device at any time
  • Untangle the complex acquisition ecosystem with our Show Tracker insight reports
  • Crucial information for all stakeholders. Whether you’re a buyer or seller of content, Show Tracker gives you the edge in negotiations

Latest from the tracker


The German Local SVOD Market

SVOD platforms are becoming an important destination for US shows in Germany

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The Demand for UK Content

The distribution of UK originating shows is getting mixed results in Show Tracker markets

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Everything from 2016/17 without Distribution

Show Tracker data illustrates that the old saying “Comedy doesn’t travel well” remains true

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