David BeckhamStudio 99 Is Producing a Series on the Rise of Football’s Premier League Billionaires of great quality+ As Dreamer unveils the UK’s five-strong factual slate that includes shows on luxury yachts, the Loch Ness Monster, simple mind And strippers in Vegas.
Premiership: Rise of the Billionaires (working title) Being co-produced by All3Media Supported thief, his wife and canoe the creator story movies and will tell the coming-of-age story of one of the world’s most expensive and lucrative sports leagues, centered on its stars. The four-parter will focus on the 2000-2010 era, when the likes of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who had recently been forced to sell Chelsea, took the league by storm, turning over his wealth.
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The show features mornings on the five-strong Paramount+ UK factual slate, when the streamer staged a swanky doo featuring the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Gillian Anderson and Michelle Pfeiffer in London’s West End, hosted by Graham Norton . Paramount+ will launch in the UK and Ireland tomorrow.
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Meanwhile, Two Rivers Media Monster: The Mystery of Loch Ness Chart of the discovery of a prehistoric monster in deep dark Scottish waters and Simple Minds: Once Upon a Time (working title) is a one-time documentary examining one of Scotland’s greatest bands, which began as a musical duo consisting of two young children from Glasgow, Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill.
Rounding out the five-strong slate is the cracker Scotland Bandage, In which the aspirational world of Vegas Strippers will be explored in depth.
“Our mission is to make Paramount+ the leading destination for indispensable television in collaboration with the UK’s storytelling talent,” said Ben Froe, Chief Content Officer, Paramount UK. “These new commissions will add to the abundance of original content on the service, as well as select Paramount’s vast catalog to create an engaging offering for viewers in the UK and Ireland.”