WorldScreen Video Interview with GRB Studios’ Sarah Coursey

Sarah Coursey, GRB Studios’ senior VP of international, tells TV Real’s Anna Carugati that the company is seeing an upswing in demand for true-crime docuseries like Wicked Attraction and For My Man, especially from female viewers.

Coursey also talks about the company’s brand-new slate highlights, which include List(e)n, a documentary that promotes dialogue on divisive issues, and Family Pictures, a PBS series that Coursey describes as “a combination between Antiques Roadshow and Finding Your Roots.”

GRB Studios has a factual catalog brimming with true-crime, medical, DIY, lifestyle and celebrity fare that piques the interests of viewers from all walks of life. With over 3,500 hours of programming, GRB’s slate includes classic factual titles like the Emmy-winning docuseries Intervention (A&E) and Untold Stories of the ER (TLC), which is celebrating its 15th anniversary as demand from buyers remains as strong as ever.

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