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‘Great Shark Hunt’, ‘The Repossessors’ to beef up Reality TV’s June offerings

10-June-2006
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‘Great Shark Hunt’, ‘The Repossessors’ to beef up Reality TV’s June offerings

Reality TV has an interesting line-up of shows throughout June. ‘The Great Shark Hunt’, ‘The Repossessors’, ‘Video Vigilantes’ are some of the shows that are on the anvil. Shows like ‘Cheaters Series 4’, ‘Daring Capers’, ‘Dr G Medical Examiner’ and ‘Patient Files’, which were launched in May, will continue this month as well.

‘The Great Shark Hunt’, which will premier on June 18, documents the struggle for regulation of the shark meat industry in order to maintain the shark population. ‘The Repossessors’, which will be aired from June 23, will take the viewers to the frontlines of the ongoing war between car lenders and delinquent debtors.

Announcing the new shows, Flecka Picardo, Marketing Manager of Reality TV, Asia, said, “It has been Reality TV’s conscious attempt to provide meaningful, real life entertainment filled programmes to our Indian viewers. We are confident that these new programmes will further strengthen the position of the channel in India and will be appreciated by our viewers.”

The channel will be showcasing two special event days, wherein ‘Animal Instinct Day’ will be shown on June 18, while ‘Repo Night’ will be aired on June 23.

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