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BERLIN The tempestuous waters of Germany's TV industry are finally calming after Haim Saban's acquisition of ProSiebenSat.1, the country's largest TV group.
ProSiebenSat.1 already has a slew of fresh U.S. series and films on the way, thanks to new content deals recently inked with Paramount and Sony.
Packages include upcoming series such as "The Shield," "The Guardian," "Navy NCIS," "Jake 2.0," "In-Laws," "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital" and "Joan of Arcadia" as well as features such as "Vertical Limit," "Hollow Man," "Spider-Man," "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" and "Star Trek: Nemesis."
CEO Urs Rohner says the agreements complete the …