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Content studio and global distribution company servicing linear, digital, and branded platforms, GRB, announced multiple deals for its top performing factual entertainment programs, led by a large volume deal for Latin America with Pluto TV.
GRB Studios Untold Stories of the ER 4Aug2020
The LATAM arm of the leading AVOD provider  has acquired a variety of Spanish-language shows. Nature programmes include; Full Force Nature; Anatomy of Disaster, Animals Are People Too,Extreme Contact, and Storm Warning. Action programs include: Fugitivos de la Ley; High Seas Rescue and Now See This; real medical drama series Untold Stories of the ER as well as Impact Tv a half hour variety program, featuring peculiar stories from around the world.

Deals were also recently completed in Germany, with ProSieben and Discovery, as well as with broadcaster OSN in the Middle East. ProSieben renewed three seasons of true romantic crime series, Wicked Attraction, and licensed S6 for the first time while Discovery Germany acquired Untold Stories of the E.R, marking the first time the program airs in the country. AETN UK took new titles while a deal was finalised with MNET in Africa. Two territories bought the GRB-produced, real-life medical drama series Untold Stories of the ER marking 127 countries that the hit programme has been broadcast in.

Commenting on the deals, Hud Woodle, executive vice president, international sales and operations of GRB Studios said that the company has been answering the global call for premium factual content during the trying times of Covid-19. “We are thrilled to partner with Pluto LATAM, offering over 225 hours of Spanish-language programming in a variety of genres,” he said.

“And our own GRB-produced series, Untold Stories of the ER just premiered in its 127th country. From GRB’s catalogue of over 4,000 hours of audience-favourite programming, we offer something intriguing and entertaining for everyone, everywhere.”