GRB Studios has secured multiple deals for its top-performing factual-entertainment programs, with two new territories picking up the GRB-produced Untold Stories of the E.R., which is now in 127 countries.
A large volume deal for LatAm with Pluto TV includes the real-life medical drama series Untold Stories of the E.R.; nature programs Full Force Nature, Anatomy of Disaster, Animals Are People Too, Extreme Contact and Storm Warning; action programs Fugitivos de la Ley, High Seas Rescue and Now See This; and Impact TV, a half-hour variety program featuring peculiar stories from around the world.
In Germany, ProSieben renewed three seasons of true-crime series Wicked Attraction and licensed the sixth season for the first time, while Discovery Germany acquired Untold Stories of the E.R., marking the first time the program is airing in the country.
AETN acquired season nine of the true-crime investigative series On the Case for the U.K., while OSN in the Middle East acquired six hours of Top Travel and MNET took three docuseries for Africa: For Peete’s Sake, Mind Your Business and The Book of John Grey.
Hud Woodle, executive VP of international sales and operations at GRB Studios, said: “GRB Studios has been answering the global call for premium factual content during these trying times of COVID-19. We are thrilled to partner with Pluto LatAm, offering over 225 hours of Spanish-language programming in a variety of genres. And our own GRB-produced series, Untold Stories of the E.R. just premiered in its 127th country. From GRB’s catalog of over 4,000 hours of audience-favorite programming, we offer something intriguing and entertaining for everyone, everywhere.”