GRB Entertainment has secured international deals for several titles from its factual catalog, including the docudrama Untold Stories of the E.R.
SET Networks Africa acquired six seasons and ten special episodes of GRB’s self-produced Untold Stories of the E.R. The show is now distributed to more than 126 countries. In addition, Viacom Africa picked up Ain’t That America, hosted by rapper/comedian Lil Duval and Girl Code’s Carly Aquilino. The two co-hosts will explore everyday America through outrageous viral videos. Viacom Africa also went for the comedy series Bloopers, produced by dick clark productions and hosted by Dean Cain.
AMC Networks, meanwhile, picked up the automotive series Jet Truck for its pan-European, Middle East and African feed. It also took the hip-hop radio docuseriesThis is Hot 97, which offers a comical behind-the-scenes look at New York’s number one hip-hop radio station and its larger-than-life personalities.
“GRB Entertainment is excited to announce our latest deals in Africa,” said Michael Lolato, the senior VP of international distribution at GRB Entertainment. “Powerhouse program Untold Stories of the E.R. is reaching into every single corner of the globe, showing thrilling real-life emergency stories. This latest round of program sales demonstrates the diversified catalog of GRB: comedy, automotive, real-life hospital drama, music docuseries. We are confident all these shows will do extremely well for our broadcast partners.”