Nippon TV will be showing their live action television drama Death Note to international media industry executives, in the hope that one or more will snap it up.
If successful, then Death Note (2015) may be subtitled or dubbed for native viewers in other countries.
NTV will also be taking Matsuko-Roid - a show wherein a cross-dresser presenter and his android companion explore a future where robots have become mainstream in society - and The Kindergarten - a mix between a game show and reality TV, wherein young children are filmed completing quizzes, reacting to the appearance of monsters and confessing all on-camera.
But mostly the broadcasting corporation is pinning its international syndication hopes upon Death Note.
Confidence is already running high that the show will be picked up in the USA and Europe. A press release from NTV stated that the company were inundated with expressions of interest from television companies worldwide, as soon as their dramatic live action Death Note series was announced in June.
One buyer from Italy seemed especially keen. Hence it may turn up on terrestrial television there sooner rather than later.
MIPCOM runs from October 5th-8th 2015.