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NOBLE SAVAGES SERIES ‘A QUESTION OF LOVE’ MAKES NEWS AT MIP: Paul Buccieri, who joined A+E Networks two and a half years ago as president of A+E Studios and A+E Portfolio Group, is placing his faith in relationship-based formats. “Our sweet-spot is these more authentic — sometimes a little gritty — shows. Everyone says they are new and fresh, but they are only new and fresh against the landscape of the shiny-floor shows,” he said. One such series is “A Question of Love,” a new show that follows a couple after they decide to move in together. “It has a lot of the bite, the intensity, the unexpectedness of those shows,” he says.

A Question of Love – New Series: “A Question of Love” is all about couples asking each other the ‘scary questions’ you never want brought up in your relationship. With guidance from relationship expert Damona Hoffman, these ‘questions of love’ give each of our three couples the permission to ask tough, raw and revealing questions they may have never asked on their own.  Over the next several weeks, viewers will watch as they move in for the first time and see whether the revelations have helped or hurt their chances for a successful relationship. You will cringe, you will cry and you may get the nerve to ask some of these questions in your own relationship. 10 episodes; Produced by Noble Savages

ABOUT NOBLE SAVAGES

Noble Savages is a full service media company that creates and produces original scripted and unscripted content for all platforms. Recent productions include a relationship series for FYI set to debut in 2017 as well as projects in development for A&E, Lifetime and other networks.

Our branded content division is currently filming commercials for the Financial Times in New York, London and Singapore. Our company has just entered into a multi-year deal with AETN and continues to serve the broader television, digital and advertising community at large.

Noble Savages is represented by William Morris Endeavor Entertainment with agents Suzanne Lyon in New York and Lance Klein and Braden Currier in Los Angeles.