Bellum Entertainment announced a two-year deal with Tribune Broadcasting on two new weekend half-hour series: Unsealed: The Alien Files, and Unsealed: The Conspiracy Files. Both series will air on 13 of the Tribune Broadcasting owned-and-operated stations, including those in six of the top 10 US markets.
“The mysteries of the unexplained have always fascinated and influenced people, and made them want to learn more,” said Sean Compton, President of Programming for Tribune Broadcasting. “We look forward to reigniting their imaginations with these shows, and to bring a new perspective to the debate.”
“We’re thrilled to be partnering on these two exciting, groundbreaking series,” said Craig Plestis, an executive producer of the two shows. “We’re going to shine a light on some of the most fascinating and controversial subjects in history, and our hope is to bring viewers closer to the truth than any investigative series has ever done before.”
Unsealed: The Alien Files investigates UFO sightings and paranormal encounters, including such famous incidents as the crash at Roswell New Mexico, the mysteries of Area 51, and possible explanations for sacred sites like Stonehenge and Easter Island.
Unsealed: The Conspiracy Files explores compelling, controversial conspiracy theories, including secret societies like the Illuminati and the Bilderberg Group, as well as the truth behind the Gulf Oil Spill, 9/11, and the deaths of JFK and Princess Diana. Both shows are scheduled to begin airing in September, 2012.
Bellum Entertainment, Colet Abedi and Craig Plestis (Smart Dog Media) are executive producers.