04/25/2012 (press release: Flavorpr) // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Chad Marshall
Below The Radar Entertainment (www.belowtheradar.com) is currently fielding interested networks in North America to create the second season of their internationally acclaimed television series Fine Tuned. The auto makeover series aired 6 episodes in more than 60 countries, which included deals with Discovery Communications for Asia, Australia/NZ and India, Planete (Canal Plus) in France, Ananey Communications in Israel and the African Business channel for South Africa. The series was just recently licensed to Venevision to all of Latin America.
Fine Tuned is a true car lover’s answer to the previously popular car shows that made run down automobiles into glorified toys. Fine Tuned finds hard working, car loving individuals all over the world, that have put their car and themselves on the backburner while dealing with different hardships in their lives. While the car owner’s automobile is made into the car of their dreams, the owner travels to the different manufacturers that create the body, parts, and accessories of their favorite cars to learn more than they could ever imagine about high performance cars.
“Fine Tuned is for the new generation of the ‘tuner’ car culture,” says Chad Marshall, Producer and Head of Business Development at Below The Radar Entertainment. “Just like the revolution in the 1950’s when every hot-rodder transformed their cars into personal works of art, the new generation is spending billions of dollars each year in restoring and enhancing their own ride.”
Below The Radar Entertainment (BTR) has produced over 20 original television pilots and feature films since its creation in 2000. In the company’s infancy, BTR created, produced and sold the cable series Suspicion staring Dean Haglund of the X-Files. Since then, it has gone to co-produce several notable projects with KBK Entertainment, another company Marshal helped develop, such as Dallas 362, The Underground Poets Railroad, The Jamie Foxx Project, Little Athens, and Ditching Party.