The Free Streaming Service FilmRise Adds World’s Wildest Police Videos




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Today the free streaming service FilmRise announced that it has reached a deal to add all five seasons of World’s Wildest Police Videos.

“World’s Wildest Police Videos’ was an important pillar in network and cable programming, helping to launch America’s obsession with reality TV. The genius format of the show also undoubtedly inspired a new generation of ‘caught on camera’ producers and digital creators.  As FilmRise’s mission is to carry-forward the traditional TV experience into the free streaming world, ‘World’s Wildest Police Videos’ is sure to remain a pillar of what we love to watch.” Said Max Einhorn, SVP, Acquisitions and Co-Productions for FilmRise and Paul Stojanovich, Jr., CEO of Pursuit Productions, Inc.

“This is an exciting partnership for us. We’ve seen the success FilmRise has had in the global market with similar programs in the true crime genre and have no doubt that they will expand our domestic and international audience reach immensely.” Said Paul Stojanovich, Jr., CEO of Pursuit Productions.

With this deal, FilmRise gets access to 86 hours of true crime content from the Pursuit Productions’ library.

FilmRise can be found on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, mobile devices, and more.

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