Toronto, Canada – June 9, 2014 – Peace Point Rights’ original unscripted family series, Bulloch Family Ranch (14×60’), has been sold to Nat Geo People in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Australia territories. The series, produced by Peace Point Entertainment forU.S. based UP and now in its 2nd season, chronicles the day-to-day life of Rusty and Julie Bulloch who have raised over 25 at-risk teenagers and young adults while raising their own two biological children.
“The Bullochs’ opening their hearts and home to these kids who were on the verge of being lost is truly inspirational and we are delighted that Nat Geo People will bring these compelling stories to viewers around the world,” said Les Tomlin, President Peace Point Entertainment.
In Bulloch Family Ranch Rusty, a farrier and high school football coach, and Julie, an entrepreneur and photographer, are the fun-loving, proud parents of all their kids, whether biological or the more than two dozen troubled teenagers who have come through their door over the years. By welcoming the ‘Ranch kids’ into their home and family, Rusty and Julie provide a way out of homelessness, drugs, gangs or jail, and guide them on the right track to becoming productive young adults. It’s an intense real-life drama as the ranch kids go through major life changing journeys by navigating their present challenges and processing their difficult pasts.
Peace Point Entertainment is one of Canada’s leading developers and producers of engaging, award-winning multiplatform content for major North American broadcasters, seen in over 150 countries. Peace Point Digital develops, produces and finances creative and cutting edge transmedia projects and mobile virtual experiences. Peace Point Rights initiates partnerships globally with broadcasters, online content distributors and producers, with its slate of hundreds of hours of factual and lifestyle series, sports specials and feature films. The company also seeks co-production and format opportunities in addition to actively seeking product acquisitions. www.peacepoint.tv
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