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‘Til Debt Do Us Part’ heads to CNBC

Canadian distributor Picture Box Distribution has sold three seasons of the 'Til Debt Do Us Part to CNBC. The 104 X 30-minute series, produced by Frantic Films in association with Canwest Broadcasting's Slice, helps families get out of debt. The series will premiere on November 7 and CNBC will air back to back episodes every Saturday night. Picture Box has also sold the series to Discovery Asia, Zone Media in the UK, Talit Communications in Israel, and TV4 in Sweden with several other broadcasters also considering the series.
November 6, 2009

Canadian distributor Picture Box Distribution has sold three seasons of the ‘Til Debt Do Us Part to CNBC. The 104 X 30-minute series, produced by Frantic Films in association with Canwest Broadcasting’s Slice, helps families get out of debt. The series will premiere on November 7 and CNBC will air back to back episodes every Saturday night. Picture Box has also sold the series to Discovery Asia, Zone Media in the UK, Talit Communications in Israel, and TV4 in Sweden with several other broadcasters also considering the series.

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