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RelativityReal, the television arm of Relativity Media, has grown since its launch in 2008 to a bustling outfit that's home to more than 20 unscripted series in production.
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The nation's Amish communities continue to be an unlikely breeding ground for unscripted programs. National Geographic Channel is developing a series from Leftfield Pictures that will examine how the…
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Discovery's latest attempt to exploit the non-TV-watching Amish is either a shark-jumping example of structured reality hitting its nadir, or in its brazenness, the screwball comedy of 2012.
Discovery Communications is looking to harvest more ratings with programming rooted in Amish culture.
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