GRB Studios announced APAC sales

Sarah Coursey, SVP, International, GRB Studios announced several AsiaPac sales for true crime, sports entertainment, and cooking genres.

True Vision from Thailand acquired two factual series: BBQ Pitmasters about the exciting world of competition barbequing where chefs put their saucy reputations on the line to win thousands of dollars; and Man at Arms: Art of War a look at weapons and armor that have played a starring role in pop culture, from movies to video games to comics to TV shows.

Foxtel Australia and Formulation in Japan took On the CaseDiscovery’s true crime series, now in its ninth season, exploring riveting murder mysteries through in-depth interviews with those closest to the case and cutting-edge forensic methods.

India’s AETN18 acquired sports clip-show series, Whacked Out Sports, featuring hysterical professional and amateur sports mishaps, crashes, and bloopers from all around the world. With the scariest stunts and most over-the-top crashes you’ve ever seen, you’ll be shocked that these athletes survived their most embarrassing moments.

‘GRB Studios takes our programming around the globe and we are excited to share several top shows in the Asia Pacific region with our partners True Vision, Foxtel, AETN18 and Formation. We value these relationships and that is why we continue to bring them such entertaining, intriguing and revealing shows’, stated Coursey.

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GRB Secures Asia Pacific Sales

GRB Studios confirmed Asia Pacific sales for its catalog of true crime, sports, and cooking entertainment programming. Thailand’s True Vision picked up BBQ Pitmasters and Man at Arms: Art of War. Foxtel in Australia and Formulation in Japan acquired true-crime series On the Case. AETN18 in India nabbed sports clip series Whacked Out Sports. Sarah Coursey, senior vice president of International at GRB Studios, said, “GRB Studios takes our programming around the globe and we are excited to share several top shows in the Asia Pacific region with our partners True Vision, Foxtel, AETN18 and Formation. We value these relationships and that is why we continue to bring them such entertaining, intriguing and revealing shows.”

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GRB Studios pens AsiaPac territory sales

American content studio and global distribution company GRB Studios has inked a number of non-scripted sales deals in the Asian Pacific region.

Thailand’s True Vision has acquired two factual series in culinary competition series BBQ Pitmasters and Man at Arms: Art of War, which provides an in-depth look at the weapons and armor inundating popular culture.

Australian broadcaster Foxtel and Formulation in Japan have picked up investigative true crime series On the Case, while India’s AETN18 has taken sports clip and blooper series Whacked Out Sports.

Part of article, “Extra: Hoodlum exec boards AMC Nets; GRB Studios inks Asia-Pacific deals”

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GRB Studios Inks Deals Across AsiaPac

GRB Studios has made several sales across the Asia-Pacific region for its true-crime, sports-entertainment and cooking fare, including BBQ Pitmasters.

True Vision from Thailand has acquired the series, about the exciting world of competition barbequing where chefs put their saucy reputations on the line to win thousands of dollars. The company also took Man at Arms: Art of War, a look at weapons and armor that have played a starring role in pop culture, from movies to video games to comics to TV shows.

Foxtel Australia and Formulation in Japan took On the Case, a Discovery true-crime series now in its ninth season, which explores riveting murder mysteries through in-depth interviews with those closest to the case and cutting-edge forensic methods.

 

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