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Peacock Alley launching distribution division at MIPCOM

The company's inaugural MIPCOM slate includes docusoap Brave New Girls (pictured), lifestyle series Money Moron and docuseries High Tech Rednecks.
September 19, 2013

Canadian producer Peackcock Alley Entertainment is launching its distribution division at this year’s MIPCOM market in Cannes.

Its inaugural slate includes a mix of lifestyle, docusoap and docuseries.

Produced by Peacock for Canadian cable net Slice, Money Moron (24 x 30-minutes) follows couples suffering from major financial problems that threaten to tear apart their relationships. Brave New Girls (8 x 30-minutes, pictured), meanwhile, is an E! Canada series that chronicles the life of male-to-female Miss Universe beauty queen Jenna Talackova. It was also produced by Peacock.

Finally, High Tech Rednecks (8 x 60-minutes) is a docuseries about a group of redneck mechanics who build high-octane modifications for vehicles. It was produced by Shark Teeth Films for Discovery Canada.

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