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Zodiak’s “K2,” “Invisible Nature” sold to U.S., Canada

Mountaineering doc K2, A Cry from the Top of the World (pictured) and plantlife series Invisible Nature are among 50 hours of factual programming from distributor Zodiak Rights sold to U.S. and Canadian broadcasters.
March 27, 2014

Mountaineering doc K2, A Cry from the Top of the World (pictured) and plantlife series Invisible Nature are among 50 hours of factual programming from distributor Zodiak Rights sold to U.S. and Canadian broadcasters.

Zodiak’s 3 x 60 minute series Invisible Nature, made by Mona Lisa Productions, examines the characteristics of plants using powerful microscopes and will air on National Geographic Channel in the U.S. this spring; while 45-minute special K2, A Cry from the Top of the World – on the 2008 mountaineering tragedy that claimed 11 lives on the K2 mountain - will also air on the net as part of its upcoming Die Trying series.

In Canada, Bell Media has acquired WE tv-produced 8 x 60 minute series The Lylas, which follows the all-girl singing group as they make the move from Hawaii to California. Bell has also picked up Zodiak New York’s 6 x 60 minute property show Risky Listing, on the brokers at New York’s Picken Real Estate.

Meanwhile, Canada’s Shaw Media has taken a number of Zodiak programs including the second series of TruTV’s Killer Karaoke, IWC Media’s Location Location Location series 17 and TruTV’s GWR Unleashed, while Travel + Escape has acquired the second season of 10 x 30 minute series Bad Trips Abroad, to air in July.

About The Author
Daniele Alcinii is a news reporter at realscreen, the leading international publisher of non-fiction film and television industry news and content. He joins the rs team with journalism experience following a stint out west with Sun Media in Edmonton's Capital Region, and communications work in Melbourne, Australia and Toronto. You can follow him on Twitter at @danielealcinii.

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