Rive Gauche sells 70 hours into Asia

California-based distributor Rive Gauche Television has sold more than 70 hours of documentary and unscripted programming across Asia, including Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (pictured).
November 18, 2011

California-based distributor Rive Gauche Television has sold more than 70 hours of documentary and unscripted programming across Asia.

Factual entertainment series My Strange Addiction has been picked up by Fox Crime in Asia and United Media in South Korea. Both networks picked up seasons one and two of the series, which focuses on obsessive behaviors.

LIC in China acquired season five of Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (pictured), as well as Secret Service, Terror Counter Terror and Police Tech, while South Korea’s Sun Media picked up Hunt For Somali Pirates.

Rive Gauche will be attending Asia Television Forum, to debut both the adventure series Born to Explore and countdown clip show Hollywood’s Hot List.

“It is tremendously gratifying to have our company’s roster of reality programming and documentaries find strong broadcast partnerships throughout Asia. We look forward to attending the Asia Television Forum to introduce our new series in the territory, and further our company’s commitment to the broadcasters there,” said Bryan Gabourie, director of international sales.

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