GRB Entertainment Channels Paranormal Programming

GRB Entertainment announced sales of several paranormal series to broadcast partners in North America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Blue Ant Media in Canada and WP1 in Poland both acquired Occult Crimes which offers a look inside the devilish minds of some of the most unpredictable and dangerous killers in history. Taking their orders from the devil, real-life demons are determined to gain immortality by committing heinous murders.

Game TV in Canada also picked up two seasons of Portal to the Unknown. The series introduces people who have had very real encounters with some of the most hauntingly unbelievable creatures and ghosts.

For their EMEA feed, Scripps Networks International took When Ghosts Attack. Travel to the dark side of the paranormal world where the attackers are invisible, but the physical scars are real. Hear directly from the victims about what went through their mind as their other-realm experience escalated from threatening whispers and dark omens to bodily injuries.

“GRB Entertainment holds an impressive catalogue of paranormal titles and we are excited for our partners around the world to share these programs with their viewers. Whether or not you believe that these supernatural events really occurred, you’ll be thrilled as we delve into the minds of criminals and other-worldly beings,” said Michael Lolato, SVP of International Distribution, GRB Entertainment.

ABOUT GRB ENTERTAINMENT
GRB Entertainment is an established trendsetter of unscripted, and scripted, alternative programming with a proven track record of creating highly-rated shows for networks worldwide. Intervention, GRB’s groundbreaking A&E series (200+ episodes), received two Emmy® Award nominations in 2016, a Critics’ Choice Award nomination in 2016, an Emmy® Award nomination in 2015, and an Emmy Award win in 2009 from the Television Academy of Arts & Sciences for Outstanding Reality Program. Now in its 29th successful year as a producer and distributor, GRB’s programs are aired in primetime in more than 170 countries by the largest broadcasters in the world, including ITV and Channel 4 (U.K.), Canal+ and TF1 (France), Bell Media (Canada), RTL and ProSieben (Germany), Fuji-TV (Japan).

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