GRB Studios’ Sarah Coursey

Sarah Coursey, GRB Studios’ senior VP of international, tells TV Real’s Anna Carugati that the company is seeing an upswing in demand for true-crime docuseries like Wicked Attraction and For My Man, especially from female viewers.


Coursey also talks about the company’s brand-new slate highlights, which include List(e)n, a documentary that promotes dialogue on divisive issues, and Family Pictures, a PBS series that Coursey describes as “a combination between Antiques Roadshow and Finding Your Roots.”

GRB Studios has a factual catalog brimming with true-crime, medical, DIY, lifestyle and celebrity fare that piques the interests of viewers from all walks of life. With over 3,500 hours of programming, GRB’s slate includes classic factual titles like the Emmy-winning docuseries Intervention (A&E) and Untold Stories of the ER (TLC), which is celebrating its 15th anniversary as demand from buyers remains as strong as ever.