The Pereval Dyatlova (Dead Mountain: The Dyatlov Pass Incident) series continues to win over the global audience. The distributor Beta Film made a deal with SBS Australia and WarnerMedia Latin America (HBO Max) to show the drama series on their respective territories.

The series is made by 1-2-3 Production, with Valeriy Fedorovich and Evgeny Nikishov serving as its directors and producers.

The series, which tells the story of a Soviet tourist group that perished on Mount Kholatchakhl in 1959, had a successful run during TNT’s fall 2020 television season and on the PREMIER video platform. It received the praise of viewers as well as critics. Now the series is available to watch in almost every part of the world. The Walt Disney Company’s German division bought the rights to the series for the FOX Germany channel, which started broadcasting Pereval Dyatlova on July 5. Right after these broadcasts the series will be available on the channels Sky Go, Sky On Demand, Sky Ticket in Germany and Sky X in Austria, on Megathek on MagentaTV as well as Vodafone Select and GigaTV. People living in Scandinavian countries including Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland, can watch the series on the Cirkus VOD-platform, while USA and Canada residents can watch it starting on September 2 on the North American streaming service Topic where Pereval Dyatlova is featured in the exclusive Topic Originals lineup. The series will also be shown on Estonia’s ERR national television. Negotiations with broadcasters in Eastern Europe and Poland are ongoing.