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Rive Gauche to Rep Two AMC Networks International Series


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Rive Gauche Television (RGTV) has secured a deal to distribute The Day I Should Have Died and Teens Who Kill, original series from AMC Networks International – UK.

The 10×60-minute show The Day I Should Have Died tells the stories of ordinary people who were faced with life-threatening circumstances. The show uses actual footage, re-enactments and witness interviews. The individuals provide insight into what it is like to escape a serial killer or survive a terrorist attack or a natural disaster. Teens Who Kill, another 10×60-minute series, shares the tales of 11 teenagers who committed murder. The show features child psychologists who offer their interpretation of the facts. Both series premiered on CBS Reality.

“RGTV is very pleased to present to the marketplace once again compelling programming,” said Jon Kramer, the CEO of Rive Gauche Television. “The Day I Should Have Died is telling of the times we live in and provides the audience with stories that are so captivating it’s hard to look away. As for Teens Who Kill, it adds yet another element to our crime library. RGTV continues to bring product of this quality to the marketplace in genres that have proved very successful to our broadcasters.”



About Sara Alessi

Sara Alessi is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at salessi@worldscreen.com.

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