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Planet Green acquires series for Verge and Reel Impact strands

Planet Green has acquired 14 series, specials and feature films for its 2010 schedule, to air in the new conscious living strand 'Verge' and weekly documentary strand 'Reel Impact.'
April 14, 2010

Planet Green has acquired 14 series, specials and feature films for its 2010 schedule, to air in the new conscious living strand ‘Verge’ and weekly documentary strand ‘Reel Impact.’ Some of the titles slated to air on ‘Verge’ include In Search of Perfection, the BBC’s 15 x 30-minute food series; Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days series, produced by Reveille and Actual Reality Pictures; Love Productions’ Famous, Rich and Homeless; Cream Media’s Coastwatch and RDF Television’s Kill It, Skin It, Wear It. Documentaries set to premiere on Planet Green’s ‘Reel Impact’ strand are The Age of Stupid, Sharkwater, One Water, The Garden, Colony, Collapse, King Corn, Big River and Health is on Our Plate. Additionally, sister network Discovery Health has acquired three one-offs, set to air through fourth quarter, 2010. The acquisitions broaden Discovery Health’s programming base in an effort to help carry the network through to the upcoming transition to OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. They are 100 Orgasms a Day, My Child Won’t Talk and Sex Robot (w/t), all from Landmark Films.

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