ABC's new fantasy drama FlashForward will be seen worldwide, having been acquired by 10 broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region across 44 countries, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Oz's Seven, Hong Kong's TVB, Malaysia's Media Prima, New Zealand's TVNZ, Singapore's MediaCorp and ABS-CBN of the Philippines are offering the ABC Studios-produced series for free, while pay TV platforms Fox Intl., Zee Cafe, OCN and Singtel have also signed up.

The show stars Joseph Fiennes and concerns a worldwide blackout during which people can see their future six months ahead. The show debuts Thursday at 8 p.m.

Seven will air FlashForward on Sept. 28, representing the first broadcast of the show in the region following its American bow.