Beyond announces MIPCOM slate

Beyond Distribution has announced its slate for MIPCOM, with several new factual programs in the mix.
September 27, 2010

Beyond Distribution has announced its slate for MIPCOM, with several new factual programs in the mix. The Will: Family Secrets Revealed (10 x 60-minutes) examines true stories of families enduring dramatic circumstances when a family member’s will uncovers surprising truths. Other factual programs include Deadly Women: Face to Face (4 x 30-minutes), which offers revealing interviews with female murderers; the one-hour special Apocalypse 2012 which looks at the preparations being undertaken by those who think the world will end in a scant two years; Damage Control (6 x 30-minutes), narrated by Russell Crowe, looks at cases of sports stars who make the journey from potential career-ending injury to dramatic comeback; Vivienne Westwood’s London (1 x 60-minute) is a tour through the swinging metropolis hosted by the iconoclastic designer, and Riverdance Live from Beijing (100 minutes or 60 minutes) is a celebration performance of the 15th anniversary of the global stage hit.
Returning series include Deadly Women 4 (16 x 60-minutes), The T.O Show 2 (10 x 30-minutes), Chuck’s Day Off 2 (26 x 30-minutes), Property Shop 3 (13 x 30-minutes), Hot Property 10 (8 x 30-minutes), Neighbours at War 5 (10 x 30-minutes), MovieStar 2 ( 52 x 30-minutes), Highway Patrol 2 (10 x 30-minutes) and Motorway Patrol 11 (12 x 30-minutes).

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