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Animal Planet asks Darlow Smithson for more ‘I Shouldn’t be Alive’

Endemol-owned Darlow Smithson Productions (DSP) has seen its docu-drama series I Shouldn't Be Alive recommissioned by Animal Planet US. The series, which tells the stories of people who have survived animal attacks, will come back for a third season on Animal Planet starting January 15. This edition will feature the story of an 18-year-old male who survived a grizzly attack and a skydiver who, after a plane crash, survived in shark-infested waters. The series was originally commissioned by Discovery Channel and Channel 4 in 2004.
January 11, 2010

Endemol-owned Darlow Smithson Productions (DSP) has seen its docu-drama series I Shouldn’t Be Alive recommissioned by Animal Planet US. The series, which tells the stories of people who have survived animal attacks, will come back for a third season on Animal Planet starting January 15. This edition will feature the story of an 18-year-old male who survived a grizzly attack and a skydiver who, after a plane crash, survived in shark-infested waters. The series was originally commissioned by Discovery Channel and Channel 4 in 2004.

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