Variety – The six-part event series, currently titled “Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,” will go into production later this year and premiere on Paramount Network in 2018. This marks the first new non-scripted series for Paramount Network, which is rebranding from its current name, Spike TV, next year.
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