London TV Screenings: Blue Ant brings over 40 new and returning series and docs

Lineup includes natural history series, "Airborne" and premium documentary "Wanted: President Trump?", which are available for presales.

15 FEB 2024

"Hope in the Water"

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Blue Ant Studios unveiled its new lineup of 265 hours of content for the London TV Screenings, including over 40 new and returning series and documentaries spanning natural history and wildlife, true crime, factual entertainment, history, lifestyle, comedy and paranormal. The company is offering two high-profile projects for presales: Love Nature and Sky Nature’s tentpole wildlife series "Airborne" (4x60; Humble Bee Films) and the premium documentary, "Wanted: President Trump?" (w/t) (1x60'; October Films).

"As we continue to utilize all aspects of our Blue Ant Media business, including production, distribution and channels, we are developing innovative ways to collaborate with multiple platforms and maximize our capabilities,” says Mark Bishop, Co-President, Blue Ant Studios. “The upcoming London Screenings event is a significant milestone for Blue Ant Studios as we introduce a brand new lineup of premium access and talent-driven programming to international buyers and look for creative solutions to meet their content needs.”

The blue-chip natural history series "Airborne" is available for presales and shows the unique challenges and ultimate freedom of animals that use the air to survive and thrive. Also available for presales, "Wanted: President Trump?" will be the definitive and distinctive 2024 US presidential race documentary. Former President Donald Trump is facing 91 criminal charges and each of the many trials taps into the very character and legacy of Trump's presidency by cross-examining his involvement in crimes of fraud, sexual abuse, inflating his wealth, provoking an insurrection, subverting democracy and giving false information.

"Hope in the Water" (3x60'; Intuitive Content) features Martha Stewart, actor and activist Shailene Woodley, journalist Baratunde Thurston and celebrated humanitarian and chef José Andrés, in a three-part series that explores the work of cutting-edge innovators and the breakthrough blue food technologies that will dramatically shape the future of sustainable food, while saving our threatened seas and fresh waterways. "Ghosting" (8x30'; Blue Ant Studios in association with Luke Hutchie Productions) introduces audiences to horror actors turned amateur ghostbusters, Luke Hutchie and Matthew Finlan, as they venture into some of the most iconic and scary locations to discover if they are truly haunted.

"Charles III: The Coronation Year" (2x60' | 1x90'; Oxford Films) After Elizabeth II's longest reign in British history, King Charles III had to lead his family and his people in mourning while embracing his destiny on the most famous throne in the world. "Lost Tombs of Amun" (1x60'; At Land Productions) follows a team of Egyptian archaeologists has discovered a previously unknown cemetery that opens a window onto a unique period in the history of ancient Egypt - a time when the country was ruled by rich and powerful princesses, "The God’s Wives of Amun."

"Mayhem: The Scandalous Lives of the Georgian Kings" (4x60' HD; One Tribe TV) tells the story of the Georgian Kings, one of the most dysfunctional royal dynasties in British history. "In the Footsteps of Marco Polo" (4x60' | 1x90'; One Tribe TV) is a perfect blend of history and adventure, as the four-part history series follows father and son, Stanley and Max Johnson's once-in-a-lifetime journey as they recreate Marco Polo's epic journey from China’s far western border and down the Silk Road.

"Caesar" (5x60'; Andaman Films) is a five-part history docuseries that travels through six countries around the Mediterranean and retells the story of Gauis Julius’ military, political and love life. "Adam Richman Eats Britain" (10x30'; eOne) Globally famous American food explorer, Adam Richman is embarking on a unique food tour of the country.

"World’s Most Luxurious Retirement Homes" (1x60'; Screendog Pictures) takes viewers into the heart of luxury - where the ultra-rich go to make their golden years truly golden. "Big Cats, Small World" (2x60'; Camel Thorn Films and The WNET Group in Co-Production with Blue Ant Media and Terra Mater Studios for Love Nature) In Africa, there’s a rare, small world, where three big cat families have made themselves at home.

"Jaguar Journals With Lizzie Daly" (5x60'; Off The Fence) is an exciting new five-part series led by biologist, conservationist and animal tracking expert Lizzie Daly. "National Parks From Above" (6x60'; Like A Shot Productions) Across the world, countries have turned some of their most incredible areas of natural beauty into national parks, preserving them for generations to come.

"Super Shark Highway" (6x60'; Breakout Productions) In a world-first research expedition, two elite teams will track the ocean’s greatest predator along remote and unexplored shark migration routes – giving scientists critical data to help them unlock the mysteries of shark movements. "Murder in the Goldfields" (2x60'; Perpetual Entertainment) is a true-crime documentary investigates three murders that remain unsolved and continue to baffle homicide detectives. "My Dead Mom" (6x15'; LoCo Motion Pictures) is a scripted comedy stars Megan Follows ("Anne Of Green Gables") and Lauren Collins ("Degrassi: The Next Generation, Slip")

"Killers Caught on Cameras" (20x60'; back2back; Season 2); "Big Little Crimes" (10x60' | 30x 30'; Brown Bob Productions; Season 2); "Orangutan Jungle School" (20x60’ 4K | 6x60' NHNZ Worldwide; Season 3); "Fraud Squad" (40x60’ | 15x30'; Brown Bob Productions; Season 6); "See No Evil" (116x60’; Arrow Media & Saloon Media; Season 10); "Greatest Discoveries with Dan Snow" (7x60' | 4x90; History Hit; Season 2). "Hell Below" (12x60'; Parallax Film; Season 4) and "Mysteries From Above" (30x60'; Saloon Media; Season 3).