Fremantle has acquired the international distribution rights for Sky Original Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse from Rogan Productions.

This feature documentary unveils Zuckerberg’s journey from Harvard student to visionary founder and CEO behind one of the biggest social media platforms in the modern world – Facebook (now Meta). Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse will premiere on Sky Documentaries on 11th January 2024.

With interviews from pivotal figures in his life and rare archive footage, the documentary delves into the extraordinary events that shaped the Facebook founder’s life and career. It reveals the social network’s evolution from a small campus-wide platform to the influential global network that it is today, connecting people and shaping conversations, politics, and the overall global landscape – for better or for worse.

Angela Neillis, SVP Non-Scripted Content, Fremantle said: “We are thrilled to be working with the immensely talented team at Rogan Productions, and to add Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse to our industry-leading slate of documentaries. The film unravels Mark Zuckerberg’s unique journey to becoming the youngest self-made billionaire in the world and one of the most powerful figures of the 21st century, while showcasing the transformative power of social media. It is an era defining story that resonates with the pulse of our digital age, and we’re excited to share this riveting film with our international partners.”

Nancy Bornat, Executive Producer, Rogan Productions said: “It has been an exciting and fascinating experience, making this film as Facebook nears its twentieth anniversary. Getting to grips with one of the world’s most powerful and enigmatic figures of our times, we’ve been able to document rare insights on a man who has changed all of our lives.”

Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse is produced by BAFTA and Emmy-winning Rogan Productions in association with Sky Studios. Fremantle is handling international distribution for the documentary.


Pic copyright Pond5: Mark Zuckerberg at a hearing

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