Discovery lines up Indian tiger special “Tigress Blood”

Discovery Channel will follow a group of four tigers in central India in its forthcoming one-hour special Tigress Blood (pictured), airing September 20.
September 16, 2014

Discovery Channel will follow a group of four tigers in central India in its forthcoming one-hour special Tigress Blood (pictured).

The special follows the tiger sisters Mona, Geeta, Lara and Sonam as they fight one another for control over territory once occupied by their mother.

Tigress Blood features a never-before-filmed hunt in which the tigers – who eventually begin to hunt together as a pack – take down a sloth bear.

The special is produced by Kosmik Global Media Private Limited. Executive producers for the group include Uday Sinh Wala and Youla Khurana, while directors for the special are Akanksha Sood Singh and Praveen Singh. John Cavanagh is exec producing for Discovery Channel.

Tigress Blood will air on Discovery Channel in the U.S. on September 20 at 8 p.m. EST/PST.

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