GRB Studios Inks Raft of Global Sales


Leading up to MIPTV, GRB Studios has closed on deals in multiple territories for a variety of programs from its catalog, including true-crime series, paranormal shows and a weapons docuseries.

Paranormal investigative series Occult Crimes will make its debut in English-speaking Canada with Blue Ant. The show offers viewers a glimpse into the minds of infamous killers. Meanwhile, France’s Planete+ CI has acquired true-crime show Stalker Files, moving it over to France from Super RTL Germany, where it landed last year. The 10×1-hour series delves into the stalking cases of high-profile celebrities like Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Steven Spielberg.

Man at Arms: Art of War, a weapons docuseries on offer from GRB, is headed to Africa with a multiple-season deal with AETN UK. Action star Danny Trejo hosts the show, which showcases a team of craftsmen who recreate weapons from history and then test their strength and functionality.

Additionally, CBS Chellozone UK acquired multiple seasons of Auction Kings for their EMEA feed. The series takes a behind-the-scenes look at one of the U.S.’s most successful auction houses, led by Atlanta-based Paul Brown.

GRB’s VP of international, Mehmet Gunduz, said: “GRB Studios is thrilled to share our intriguing, top-quality programs with the world—from Africa to Canada to Europe—and work with long-standing partners AETN UK, Blue Ant, Planete+ CL and CBS Chellozone UK. We are truly confident that their viewers will embrace these exciting and engaging stories. We also look forward to attending MIPTV to showcase these and many other great shows from our premium portfolio.”