Rive Gauche Heads to MIPCOM with New Titles & 2,500-Plus Hours

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Rive Gauche Television Secures Rights to Multiple New Titles for MIPCOM 2017




LOS ANGELES (September 27, 2017) – Rive Gauche Television has secured the rights to multiple titles from different genres to add to its expansive catalog of 2500+ hours of content for distribution worldwide ahead of MIPCOM.


From producers Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment comes a TLC series called Project Dad (8x60) which follows three celebrity dads as they step out of the spotlight and into the role of Mr. Mom. The Jury Room (6x60) is a new original crime program co-produced by AMC Networks International Broadcasting and FirstLook TV. The series re-examines real murder cases offering either new evidence, or a more advanced analysis of pre-existing evidence that is put in front of a new panel of jurors.  Written in Blood (10x60), dives deep into the gripping true crimes that inspired best-selling murder mystery novels. Evil Twins, a popular crime franchise for RGTV about twins who kill, also has a new season available. RGTV has secured a high-end documentary Genius Factory (1x60) from Wavelength Entertainment which documents an eccentric billionaire from the 1980s who wanted to create the world’s smartest kids so he funded the largest legal genetic experiment in human history. In addition to being a factual distributor RGTV will also debut its first made for TV movie, Overexposed a thriller where scandalous texts leads to multiple murders, starring Marguerite Moreau and Mary Katherine Duhon.


Ahead of MIPCOM Rive Gauche has secured various deals. TV movie Overexposed has been picked up by TF1 in France. FOX MENA has picked up a slew of titles: Along for the Bride, Ultimate Homes, Pretty Bad Girls, Wives with Knives and Happily Never After.  NTV Japan has licensed Evil Twins.


 “We are very excited at Rive Gauche to be going to MIPCOM with a diverse state of product to add to our broad quality offerings.  Our expectation in the challenging pursuit of viewers, is that our new slate will provide channels across the world with product they can embrace,” said Jon Kramer of Rive Gauche.