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GRB Entertainment brings new entertainment shows, docus to MIPCOM

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MUMBAI: LA-based distribution and production company, GRB Entertainment will taking a host of new shows to MIPCOM 2015, including several factual entertainment programs, reality series, and documentaries.

 

Produced for CMT, the show Angel Among Us follows the incredible stories of people who believe they were saved by angels from tragedies like car crashes and terrorist attacks.

 

Another show FBI Takedowns, produced for Discovery Networks, takes viewers along for thrilling manhunts as FBI agents track the world’s most wanted criminals. On the other hand, Ain’t That America produced for MTV2 will feature rapper/comedian Lil Duval exploring the most outrageous viral videos showing how dangerous and stupid people can get.

 

Go behind-the-scenes of New York's #1 radio station on This is Hot 97, with guests Kanye West, Macklemore, Rick Ross and Waleamongst others has been produced for VH1. Another show produced for CMT is My Big Redneck Family, which follows America's favourite redneck family and their everyday shenanigans and parenting misadventures.  

 

MANswers is a comedic late-night series that answers the burning questions men have been dying to ask, but never felt comfortable asking their friends. The show has been produced for Spike.

 

GRB Entertainment international distribution SVP Mike Lolato said, “GRB pushes the envelope when it comes to factual entertainment and our MIPCOM slate demonstrates our catalog’s diverse mix. We are pleased to offer programs highlighting everything from angels to rednecks, from music to football, from crazy Americans doing dangerous stunts to thrilling FBI manhunts and much more. GRB’s new shows have earned great ratings in the US and are sure to please audiences around the world.”

 

Apart from these series, GRB is also bringing two new documentaries to MIPCOM. From Morgan Spurlock, the producer of Super Size Me, comes Meet The Hitlers exploring the question - what if you had the most notorious name in the world? This documentary examines the relationship between a person’s name and their identity by exploring the lives of people who are linked by the name Hitler.

 

All Eyes on Brazil is a unique documentary covering the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and how the event dramatically impacted cities around World Cup host country Brazil.

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