GSN Announces 'ANYTHING TO WIN,' a Weekly Documentary Series Featuring the Dramatic Stories of Competitors Who May or May Not Have Crossed the Lines in Their Attempts to Win
Erik Nelson and Dave Harding Serve as Executive Producers
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Jan. 14 -- Throughout the history of
human competition, people have gone to great lengths to win. This fall, GSN
will tell the stories of individuals' often-unbelievable attempts to win in a
new weekly documentary series, ANYTHING TO WIN. The announcement was made
today at the network's Television Critics Association presentation by Ian
Valentine, Senior Vice President of Programming, GSN.
"This unique documentary series is the perfect vehicle for GSN," said Ian
Valentine, Senior Vice President, Programming in making the announcement.
"Telling these interesting stories will allow us to pay homage to the
fascinating world of competition, which dates back to before the beginning of
The profiles of the competitors will run the gamut: from individuals who
may have pushed their physical training to the limit to those who perhaps lied
and even cheated to outplay their competitors. ANYTHING TO WIN will spotlight
those who have pushed the limits -- some to success, and others to failure.
Erik Nelson and Dave Harding, the team behind BIG BUCKS: THE PRESS YOUR
LUCK SCANDAL, GSN's top rated original show, will serve as executive producers
under their new company banner, Creative Differences. Formerly Termite Art
Productions, Creative Differences has produced more than 400 hours of
programming for 12 different networks, including "Ripley's Believe It Or Not"
and launched a genre with "World's Most Dangerous Animals" and "Busted on the
Job." Recently, Nelson and Harding produced "Dive to the Bermuda Triangle."
GSN, the Network for Games, is the only U.S. television network dedicated
to game-related programming and interactive game playing. The network
features game shows, reality series, documentaries, video game programs and
casino games. As the industry leader in interactivity, GSN features 84 hours
per week of interactive programming, which allows viewers a chance to win
prizes by playing along with GSN's televised games via GSN.com. Reaching
56 million Nielsen homes, GSN is distributed in the U.S. through all major
cable systems and satellite providers. The network is jointly owned by Sony
Pictures Entertainment and Liberty Media Corporation. For further media
information, visit GSN's press website at corp.gsn.com.
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