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Animal Planet greenlights DSP’s ‘I Shouldn’t Be Alive’

Animal Planet has ordered another season of I Shouldn't Be Alive, the docu-drama from Darlow Smithson Productions. DSP will produce 20 one-hour episodes of the series, which combines drama and interviews with the people who survived life-or-death situations. Animal Planet airs the third season of I Shouldn't Be Alive on October 13. The fourth season of the series will premiere in 2011. I Shouldn't Be Alive is distributed by ITV STUDIOS Global Entertainment.
October 12, 2010

Animal Planet has ordered another season of I Shouldn’t Be Alive, the docu-drama from Darlow Smithson Productions. DSP will produce 20 one-hour episodes of the series, which combines drama and interviews with the people who survived life-or-death situations. Animal Planet airs the third season of I Shouldn’t Be Alive on October 13. The fourth season of the series will premiere in 2011. I Shouldn’t Be Alive is distributed by ITV STUDIOS Global Entertainment.

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