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GRB Entertainment announces factual deals around the globe

MUMBAI: GRB Entertainment continues its strong distribution start to the year with new deals in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Czech Republic, and Slovakia for a number of its popular factual programs.

“GRB Entertainment is pleased to continue bringing top quality content to broadcasters around the world and thrilled to announce deals with our partners Game TV, Foxtel and Kinosvet. Our library is rich with all types of factual programming ranging from crime and investigation to lifestyle and cooking. We are confident that our partners’ audience will enjoy these entertaining and informative programs,” said GRB Entertainment International Distribution senior VP Mike Lolato.

Kinosvet acquired true-crime series ‘FBI: Criminal Pursuit’ for Czech Republic and Slovakia, taking viewers inside the most powerful cases of the FBI. Game TV in Canada acquired the newest season of the long-running, competition cooking series ‘BBQ Pitmasters’ which follows top barbecue chefs as they reveal their secrets on how to grill like a pro, while competing for a big cash prize.

Foxtel also acquired ‘BBQ Pitmasters’ as well as four other factual programmes for Australia and New Zealand – ‘2 Fat 2 Fly’ documents the success of a small-town food truck business and its best-friend owners; ‘Twisted Tales of My 9 to 5’ explores outrageous and scandalous workplace crime stories; Season 3 of the spooky paranormal investigation series ‘Monsters And Mysteries’ and ‘The Mona Lisa Code’ narrated by Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman, explores the controversy surrounding the famed painting and the story of how Leonardo da Vinci painted not one, but two versions of the Mona Lisa.