Sherman Oaks, CA November 16, 2015: LA-based distribution and production company GRB Entertainment announced ten new themed Specials of the long-running series Untold Stories of the E.R., highlighting some of the craziest medical stories ever documented. The first 9 seasons of the series are airing in 126 countries around the world. In addition to the new Specials, Season 10 is now available.
To celebrate the launch of the new season, Discovery Life in the U.S. will run a marathon programming block of all 120 episodes of its original production, Untold Stories of the ER, beginning on Sunday, November 29 and running through Friday, December 4 leading up to the U.S. premiere of Season 10. Discovery channels in the U.S. have been airing the program since 2004.
“GRB Entertainment is thrilled with our original production of Untold Stories of the ER – a unique, original dramatic real-life series that resonates with audiences around the world. The stories in this hugely popular program are outrageous, relevant, and highly entertaining. We have 10 seasons available for distribution and the show lends itself to a great marathon of high intensity programming,” said Michael Lolato, SVP, International Distribution, GRB Entertainment.
Untold Stories of the ER breaks open the secret world of hospital Emergency Rooms. These are real doctors and the real cases that changed their lives! Witness the most amazing, bizarre, and emotionally explosive stories ever told about the clash of life and death in the Emergency Room.
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 the Emmy® Award 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 150 countries by the largest broadcasters in the world, including ITV and Channel 4 (U.K.), Canal+ and TF1 (France), Global (Canada), RTL and ProSieben (Germany), Fuji-TV (Japan).