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Paramount Network to Premiere New Paul Walker Documentary

I am Paul WalkerDerik Murray announced that Network Entertainment has joined forces with Paramount Network for a never-before-seen comprehensive look at the life and tragic death of popular actor Paul Walker.

I Am Paul Walker will feature interviews with some of Paul's most cherished cast-mates and friends who knew him best. The film will explore Walker's prolific film career and showcase a side of Paul few knew - from his passion for the world's oceans and marine life to helping rebuild Haiti after the devastating earthquake. More details and cast list will be announced in the coming months.

The film is the latest from Network Entertainment, which has previously brought to the screen the lives of iconic figures such as JFK Jr., Muhammad Ali, Heath Ledger, Bruce Lee, and more. I Am MLK Jr. will be the next release in Network Entertainment's I Am franchise of documentaries and will debut on Paramount Network on April 2.

Award-winning filmmaker and Executive Producer Derik Murray will once again team up with Adrian Buitenhuis who will serve as the film's Director and Co-producer. Paramount Network's Jon Slusserand Jaimee Kosanke also serve as Executive Producers.

"We are thrilled to continue our collaboration with Paramount Network on the I Am series," said Executive Producer Paul Gertz, Network Entertainment's President and C.O.O. "We are proud to lead off our recently announced new four picture slate with Paramount Network with this engaging documentary about the life and legacy of the very talented Paul Walker."

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