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FME announces DISCOP slate

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) has announced its line-up for DISCOP, featuring returning series and new programs across a variety of genres.
June 16, 2010

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) has announced its line-up for DISCOP, featuring returning series and new programs across a variety of genres. In the realm of factual and reality, FME will be bringing three Jamie Oliver titles to the market, including Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, which sees Oliver campaigning in the U.S. to change America’s eating habits; Jamie’s Food Escapes, which follows the chef through Europe and the Mediterranean looking for new ingredients and Jamie’s Family Christmas, which offers cooking tips for a stress-free holiday. Also on the slate are Atlantic Productions’ 8×60-minute series Rome Unwrapped, Original Productions’ third series of Black Gold and series two of 1000 Ways to Die, as well as Kirstie Alley’s Big Life, Nigel Marven’s Panda Adventure, The Delicious Miss Dahl, Annabel Langbein: Free Range Cook and The World at War. FME’s home entertainment division will be debuting its new DVD title Greatest Boxer Ever, which investigates the world’s best boxers.

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