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FME acquires Planet Green’s ‘Operation Wild’

FremantleMedia Enterprises has acquired the international rights to 'enviro-crime' docu-series, Operation Wild. Two seasons of the Planet Green and Boutique TV will be presented at MIPCOM. The series follows Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission officers out in the field, which includes alligators and poachers. FME will have season one, (6 X 30 minutes) and season 2 (10 X 30 minutes), which premieres on Planet Green in November, available in Cannes.
September 30, 2010

FremantleMedia Enterprises has acquired the international rights to ‘enviro-crime’ docu-series, Operation Wild. Two seasons of the Planet Green and Boutique TV will be presented at MIPCOM. The series follows Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission officers out in the field, which includes alligators and poachers. FME will have season one, (6 X 30 minutes) and season 2 (10 X 30 minutes), which premieres on Planet Green in November, available in Cannes. Executive producer is Leslie Greif.

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