GRB & Intervention Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmy Awards

GRB Entertainment and its critically acclaimed A&E Series Intervention have been nominated for two 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards.

Intervention has been nominated for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program and Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program.  These are the 9th and 10th Emmy Award nominations for Intervention.  The show previously won Emmys for Outstanding Reality Program in 2009 and Outstanding Picture Editing for Reality Programming in 2010.

The production team nominated for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program includes Gary R. Benz (Executive Producer), Michael Branton (Executive Producer), Tom Greenhut (Executive Producer), Brad Holcman (Executive Producer), Laurie Sharpe (Executive Producer), Jeffrey L. Weaver (Executive Producer), Peter Field (Co-Executive Producer), PJ Davenport (Co-Executive Producer), Carl Swanson (Supervising Producer), and Karen Pinto (Supervising Producer).

Director of Photography Toby Birney has been nominated for Outstanding Cinematography for the episode called “Sierra,” the story of a young woman in the midst of a life-threatening, meth-induced psychosis.

The previous eight Emmy nominations for Intervention include nods to writing, editing, cinematography, and outstanding program.

“These recognitions by the Television Academy are greatly appreciated by our talented production team who work in extremely difficult conditions to bring these stories to viewers,” said Gary R. Benz, President of GRB Entertainment. “For over a decade and through 222 episodes, we remain grateful to all the subjects, friends and families members that allow our cameras into their homes during these incredibly tumultuous times as we strive to bring messages of hope and redemption.”

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