Sherman Oaks – GRB Entertainment announced sales of several of its top crime series to broadcasters in the Caribbean, Poland, German-speaking Europe, and Estonia.
Digicel in the Caribbean picked up three crime series: Exposed uncovers the truth behind heinous crimes committed against celebrities. From kidnapping to embezzlement, explore all the evidence in these shocking cases; On The Case explores intriguing murder mysteries through in-depth interviews with those closest to the case and examines the forensic evidence that helped to unravel the crimes; and Wicked Attraction delves into the criminal minds of murderous men and the women who love them. WP1 (Poland), Sixx (Germany), and Kanal 2 (Estonia) also picked up Wicked Attraction.
Gang World was sold to both Polsat (Poland) and to N-TV (German-speaking Europe). This riveting two-hour adrenalized documentary special takes an unflinching and raw look at the origins and evolution of the most violent and dangerous gangs in the US: Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 as it is widely known, and the motorcycle gangs Hell’s Angels and their deadly rivals, the Mongol Nation.
N-TV also acquired Inside American Hate a docu series covering the most dangerous American organizations founded on hate and racism. The episode, titled American Nazis, looks at the National Socialist Movement, the largest Nazi organization in the U.S. today, focusing on their beliefs, rise to power, and splinter groups.
“GRB knows crime. On The Case, now sold in over 170 countries, the frightening documentary Gang World, and the disturbing look at U.S. sub-culture with Inside American Hate are just a few of the titles in GRB’s catalogue, which holds over 700 hours of true crime programming. These programs captivate audiences and always bring viewers to our broadcast partners,” said Michael Lolato, SVP of International Distribution, GRB Entertainment.