Both shows created, produced by Keller Entertainment
Atlas Worldwide, a South Carolina-based distributor, has acquired rights for the action-adventure TV shows “Acapulco H.E.A.T.” and “Tarzan.”
“Both programs focus on modern-day issues and conflicts that today’s audiences can identify with. ‘Acapulco H.E.A.T.’ and ‘Tarzan’ just happen to work well with current events. They fit the times,” the company’s sales and marketing consultant David Stephani said.
“Tarzan” and “H.E.A.T.” were both created and produced by L.A.-based Keller Entertainment.
“Our original objective was to do strip syndication,” Keller Entertainment’s CEO Max Keller said. “Now that we’ve teamed up with Atlas, we can really achieve that goal.”
Both shows will be distributed nationwide as 30-minute strips and one-hour weeklies by Atlas, syndicators of the daily strip “Eye for an Eye,” and the weekly strips of “Music Mix USA” and “Get Out!”
Atlas also said its nationally syndicated reality courtroom series, “Eye for an Eye,” will return for a fourth season of production.
” ‘Eye’s’ numbers are higher than most mainstream shows,” Stephani said. “We’re nailing our demographics. The decision to go forward was a no-brainer.”