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‘Made in Hollywood’ series licensed to India and Middle East

Zee Network in India has licensed the U.S. nationally syndicated series Made In Hollywood, it was announced by Connection III Entertainment Corp. and sales agent, Shankly International. Made In Hollywood and its sister series Made In Hollywood: Teen Edition has also been licensed to Pyramid Entertainment throughout the Middle East. Connection III will bring the new sixth season of Made in Hollywood to MIPCOM, as well as the fifth season of Made In Hollywood: Teen Edition. The behind-the-scenes entertainment news magazine series features celebrity interviews, on-set coverage with directors, writers & producers and takes a look at how special effects and technology worked on big blockbuster films. Made In Hollywood is created, written and executive produced by Connection III.
September 30, 2010

Zee Network in India has licensed the U.S. nationally syndicated series Made In Hollywood from Connection III Entertainment Corp. and sales agent, Shankly International. Made In Hollywood and its sister series Made In Hollywood: Teen Edition has also been licensed to Pyramid Entertainment throughout the Middle East. Connection III will bring the new sixth season of Made in Hollywood to MIPCOM, as well as the fifth season of Made In Hollywood: Teen Edition. The behind-the-scenes entertainment news magazine series features celebrity interviews, on-set coverage with directors, writers & producers and takes a look at how special effects and technology worked on big blockbuster films. Made In Hollywood is created, written and executive produced by Connection III.

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