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Fireworks to bring wildlife vet, parole officers, flight attendents docuseries to MIPTV

Fireworks International has a range of docuseries' topics it will bring to MIPTV. First off, Wildlife Rescue Africa is a 12 x one-hour docuseries following the experiences of wildlife veterinarian Doctor Douw Grobler, from Renegade 83 Productions. Fireworks will also have a 26 x 30-minute reality crime series State Parole, from Genesis International and Malibu Communications, as well as 8 x 30-minute docuseries Fly Girls, following five Virgin America flight attendants. Fly Girls has its U.S. debut on the CW in March 2010, and is produced by Collins Avenue. Fireworks International represents rights for the series in the UK and Canada.
March 23, 2010

Fireworks International has a range of docuseries’ topics it will bring to MIPTV. First off, Wildlife Rescue Africa is a 12 x one-hour docuseries following the experiences of wildlife veterinarian Doctor Douw Grobler, from Renegade 83 Productions. Fireworks will also have a 26 x 30-minute reality crime series State Parole, from Genesis International and Malibu Communications, as well as 8 x 30-minute docuseries Fly Girls, following five Virgin America flight attendants. Fly Girls has its U.S. debut on the CW in March 2010, and is produced by Collins Avenue. Fireworks International represents rights for the series in the UK and Canada.

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