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GRB Entertainment acquires three factual entertainment series
MUMBAI: Expanding its catalogue, GRB Entertainment has acquired three factual entertainment series. These range from across topics such as true crime, DIY builds and fantastic luxury autos.
The three series acquired by GRB Entertainment are ‘Exposed with Deborah Norville’, ‘Super Fan Builds’ and ‘Arabia Motors’.
Said GRB Entertainment SVP of International Distribution Michael Lolato, “GRB continues to grow our extensive catalogue with these three new factual series. Crime and lifestyle programming continue to be in high demand and we look forward to the same reception with our new series at MIPTV.”
True crime series ‘Exposed with Deborah Norville’ uncovers the facts behind heinous crimes committed against celebrities, by celebrities. Find out why the criminals picked their targets, how they did it, and how they got away with it. From kidnapping to embezzlement, review all the evidence in these terrifying cases.
Produced by DEFY Media, ‘Super Fan Builds’ treats viewers to a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood’s top prop makers who build one-of-a-kind items for super-fans of comic books, video games and movies. Whether you’re a fan of classic films like “Back To the Future” or a minecraft obsessed gamer, you’ll be blown away by these creations.
In ‘Arabia Motors’, Arabian riches and over-the-top lavish lifestyles meet car fanatics. Follow the partners of ‘Arabia Motors’, the most popular car magazine in the Middle East, as they grow their global magazine empire and test drive and profile every car in the region – from luxury collectibles to classics to the most expensive cars ever made.