Achmed Akkabi is going to work for Prime Video. The actor, writer and producer will develop Dutch productions for the streaming service and supervise them as a producer. It is a three-year agreement, Prime Video said.
“I’m thrilled with this partnership and already feel like I’m part of the Prime Video family,” said Akkabi, who co-directs the popular Videoland series. Mocro Mafia suspicious. “It is an absolute privilege to introduce the Prime Video audience to the most inspiring talent our country has to offer. I look forward to continuing the ambition to take Dutch drama to an international level.”
The 38-year-old Akkabi has had his own production company since 2016. At Prime Video, he ends up in an international talent pool that also includes big names such as Donald Glover, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Steve McQueen.