British television miniseries ‘Parade’s End’ has attracted multiple buyers in Cannes last week with the period drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rebecca Hall being sold by BBC Worldwide to Network Nine in Australia; HBO’s Pan-Ventral and Eastern European divisions; RTV in Slovenia; LTV in Latvia; ETV in Estonia and Slovakia’s STV.

The show is adapted from the novels of Ford Madox Ford by Tom Stoppard and produced by Mammoth Screen.

Parade’s End was not the only Brit offering to fare well at Mipcom. ITV Studios sold a number of dramss includng ‘Mr Selfridge’; ‘Falcon’ and ‘Endeavour’. Mr Selfridge was picked up by TV3 in Ireland, NRK in Norway and YLE in Finland, while Crime drama Falcon was sold to HBO Latin America, HOT in Israel and a pre-sale arrangement in Australia. Falcon is based on Robert Wilson’s novels. Finally, Endeavour, a prequel to Inspector Morse, was also picked up by a number of Eastern European networks and also Pramer’s Film & Arts channel in Latin America.