Ashley Gracile created and produces
Spy Games. A 13 episode TV series which offers a fresh perspective on
the world’s second-oldest profession, its secret missions, successes and
Secret Agents… the term conjures-up many images: Intrigue,
Sex, Murder, Lies, War, Clandestine meetings, furtive glances, intelligence and
counterintelligence, but above all suspense. Secrets and deception behind enemy
lines… it’s the secret history of history.
Ashley wanted Spy Games to explore the
tradecraft, history, and contemporary role of espionage while at the same time
talking shop with real spies. So for the first time spies from both sides of
the Iron Curtain come together and only Spy Games has access to them and their
Ashley Gracile is an Executive
Producer and Show Runner in Los Angeles who founded GPI Content Corporation in order
to bring you this great one of a kind television along with 13 other TV series
made up of over 1,300 episodes. Ashley Gracile lifestyle and
documentary television programming is seen in over 100 million domestic U.S.
homes and over 80 million homes internationally.
In fact much of Ashley’s content has been continuously
broadcast every week for the last 24 years and has been (and can be) seen on
Discovery Channel, NBC Sports Network, ESPN/Star, The Outdoor Channel, My
Family TV, Retro TV, TUFF TV along with over 150 ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, My
Network TV affiliate and network owned local TV stations across the country.
career includes multiple Executive Producer, Creator and Producer broadcast television
credits in these broadcast TV series: STEEL DREAMS TV, DISTANT ROADS, PLAYERS PARKING ONLY, FORMULA DRIFT TV, A PLACE IN THE
COMPACT TV, ROAD CLASSICS, FREERIDE,
WELLNESS FOR LIFE, THAT’S
BOATING, RV VACATION ADVENTURES, A PLACE OF YOUR OWN and CYBERQUEST.
Shot entirely on location in Washington D.C., Spy Games take
advantage of this material rich environment by delving into the seedy side of Washington.
It’s the soft underbelly of the most powerful nation on earth. Not
surprisingly, there’s an infestation of spies in D.C. - where there’s
classified information at every turn, in every grocery store line-up and at
every gas station. In the end, we’ll learn just how much we don’t know about
the espionage capital of the world.
While Spy Games is great way to learn about espionage...
there's no better experience than visiting The International Spy Museum in Washington D.C.
Here the public has access for the first time to a treasure trove of exhibits,
artifacts and displays from the world of espionage. Spy Games exclusively
partnered with The International Spy Museum to bring
you the people and artifacts that have never have been seen before.
Ashley Gracile’s Spy
Games goes beyond the surface, revealing the treachery, history and purpose of