Rive Gauche takes Travel Channel’s ‘I Saw The Unknown’

Jon Kramer

LA-based producer and sales company Rive Gauche Television has acquired international distribution rights to Travel Channel’s series I Saw The Unknown (aka My Horror Story).

The 10 x 60 minute show is from US producer Hit + Run and features people recounting how they lived through terrifying paranormal episodes, with the show attempting to recreate the experience for the audience.

Rive Gauche’s Jon Kramer said: “We have been looking for a strong paranormal series and Rob Shaftel at Hit + Run, who also produced three seasons of I Was Prey for Animal Planet, has provided us just that with I Saw the Unknown.

“We are very excited to be adding this riveting series to our strong MIPCOM line-up. We feel I Saw The Unknown will be just as impactful as Something’s Killing Me, My Misdiagnosis and Very Scary People has been for us.”

Rive Gauche Television was founded in 1994 and counts approximately 1,700 hours of non-scripted programming and documentaries on its slate including Homicide Hunter, Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan and Something’s Killing Me.