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Covering royals to conspiracy, biopics and history, a slate of 26 new documentary titles, produced by Entertain Me UK, will form the autumn catalogue of UK distributor Parade Media.
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Harry and Meghan: The Price of Freedom (1x60’) headlines the royals offering which also includes two titles on the late Princess of Wales, Diana and Charles: 1983 and Diana Spencer.
Highlights among the rest of the genres include the biopics Hillary Clinton: Fighting For Us (1x60’) and The Rolling Stones: Rock Royalty (1x60’), history docs Furherbunker: Hitler’s Final Days (1x60’) and Hitler’s Fatal Mistake: The Fall of the Third Reich (1x60’), conspiracy titles JFK: The Ultimate Conspiracies (1x60’) and The Diana Conspiracy: What happened in Paris? (1x60’), and current events doc, Weinstein: In Court (1x60’).

Parade says that it will be revealing the full list of new and returning titles as well as its back-catalogue programmes through their digital 2020 MIPCOM catalogue. Commenting on what has been released so far, CEO Matthew Ashcroft said: “We are excited to bring Entertain Me’s newest slate of popular factual titles to the international market which coincides with the upcoming autobiography Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Family, and makes our headline doc Harry and Meghan: Price of Freedom that much more timely.”

Entertain Me CEO Brian Aabech added: “This new partnership is a brilliant opportunity to engage new audiences with the fascinating and inspirational stories that we love to share here at Entertain Me. Despite these uncertain times our team has continued to work hard to produce amazing content that we know people will enjoy the world over.”