16 JAN 2024

NATPE 2024: GRB Media Ranch secures new license deals

The deals include Discovery Spain's renewal of five seasons of "Untold Stories of the E.R." which has been broadcast in 214 territories, and the acquisition of "Death Walker," made by Discovery UK and France’s Canal Plus. 

16 JAN 2024

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Discovery Spain has renewed the license of five seasons of "Untold Stories of the E.R.," the Company’s flagship medical reality series and purchased an additional license for the most recent season (13) of that program, GRB Media Ranch President, Sophie Ferron confirms. “GRB Media Ranch is thrilled start the year with deals for the iconic Untold Stories of the E.R. which is ripe for a Format version which we are diligently exploring," Ferron said. "We are also pleased to bring our intriguing paranormal series, Death Walker to the UK and France.”

"Untold Stories of the E.R." has been broadcast in 214 territories. The Company has also received renewed interest in the formatting the show around the world. GRB Studios’ Gary R. Benz created the series, exec-producing 13 seasons in 15 years. Similarly, "Death Walker," another GRB Media Ranch program with 4 seasons produced, has been purchased both Discovery UK and France’s Canal Plus. 

A medical docu-series, "Untold Stories of the E.R." re-enacts intense real-life stories of the emergency room, demonstrating the true nature of medicine practiced under pressure, where every moment can be a turning point. Audiences witness how a doctor’s personal blend of expertise, coolness under fire, and decision-making ability are challenged by unpredictable circumstances – and how character makes the ultimate difference.

"Death Walker" is a paranormal investigative series is hosted by series creator, Nick Groff, who theorizes and investigates the origin of some of the most notorious hauntings in America, redefining viewers' understanding of the paranormal. “The continued demonstrated interest in the series, with the ordering of new seasons as well as extending the license of prior seasons, speaks well to the program’s broad-based and long-lasting appeal," Benz said.