Articles Tagged ‘National Geographic’
After Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy, Nat Geo is continuing in the factual drama vein with Killing Jesus, a Scott Free-produced adaptation of Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard’s forthcoming book (pictured).
After more than 150 episodes, the long-running series, starring Cesar Millan (pictured), will begin its ninth and final season for U.S. network Nat Geo Wild on July 7.
Shine International has notched up 15 new deals for Terror at Sea: The Sinking of the Concordia, the Dragonfly Film & Television production that aired on Channel 4 in the UK and was reversioned for National Geographic Channel in the U.S.
National Geographic Channel is aiming to beat other U.S. cable nets to the punch by airing the first U.S. documentary on the Costa Concordia cruise ship tragedy, commissioning Dragonfly TV to re-version a quick-turnaround British doc for American audiences.
In his first major interview as president of National Geographic Channels U.S., Howard T. Owens (pictured) discusses making the move from production exec to network president, and the plans afoot for Nat Geo, which will include “a big expansion into the West Coast.”
In the concluding part of realscreen‘s exclusive interview with David Lyle (pictured), the newly appointed CEO of National Geographic Channels U.S. unveils and explains its new four-team development structure, while also outlining his plans for Nat Geo’s international pipeline.
In his first major interview as CEO of National Geographic Channels U.S., David Lyle (pictured) talks exclusively to realscreen about his plans, calling out to new producers and assuring that despite his recent reality TV background, “we won’t be going ‘trashy.’” Part one of a two-part feature.
Sebastian Junger (pictured) paid tribute to Tim Hetherington at a special Hot Docs benefit screening of Restrepo on Saturday, telling attendees during a Q&A that he could not see himself returning to a warzone after the death of his friend “took the wind out of my sails.”