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Target bringing global slate to MIPTV

Target Entertainment Group is bringing a slate of programming from global independent production companies to MIPTV. From the UK's Impossible Pictures (Primeval) is history and science series Blitz Street; 12 x 30-minute series from Electric Willow Productions, Sea Nation; Ginger Productions one-off for Sky 1, The Jones Boys' Amazon Adventure; Boomerang's one-off doc for C4's 'Cutting Edge' Too Poor for Posh School; dating format The Look of Lurve from Imago Productions and one-off Extreme: More Skinny Celebrities, produced by Twofour Broadcast for Living (UK). From Afghan producer Kaboora Productions is The Extreme Tourist: Afghanistan a 6 x one-hour series. Target will also represent an EU coproduction between Gigapix Television and Point Productions for HDNet, Baker Boys - Inside The Surge and two returning series, a second 10 x one-hour run of Top Shelf Productions The Kitchen Job and series three of 495 Productions' Tool Academy (7x60'/1x90').
March 25, 2010

Target Entertainment Group is bringing a slate of programming from global independent production companies to MIPTV. From the UK’s Impossible Pictures (Primeval) is history and science series Blitz Street; 12 x 30-minute series from Electric Willow Productions, Sea Nation; Ginger Productions one-off for Sky 1, The Jones Boys’ Amazon Adventure; Boomerang’s one-off doc for C4′s ‘Cutting Edge’ Too Poor for Posh School; dating format The Look of Lurve from Imago Productions and one-off Extreme: More Skinny Celebrities, produced by Twofour Broadcast for Living (UK). From Afghan producer Kaboora Productions is The Extreme Tourist: Afghanistan a 6 x one-hour series. Target will also represent an EU coproduction between Gigapix Television and Point Productions for HDNet, Baker Boys – Inside The Surge and two returning series, a second 10 x one-hour run of Top Shelf Productions The Kitchen Job and series three of 495 Productions’ Tool Academy (7×60′/1×90′).

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