Sustainability network, EarthxTV, has announced three series renewals including Off the Fence’s Ocean Wonders.

“Wild Wonders with Brooke,” and “Defenders of the Wild” will also premier on the network in 2023 and 2024. The series will air on EarthxTV in the US, UK, Europe and Mexico.

“The growing success of EarthxTV is built in partnership with the talented series producers, hosts, and personalities on our air. These accomplished individuals have dedicated their lives to using entertainment to spotlight the need for conservation, and we’re thrilled to bring these amazing series back for additional seasons,” said Dan Russell, CEO of EarthxTV. “As we continue to bring audiences a slate of must-watch series, it’s gratifying to know we have three amazing personalities our audiences love who will have a prominent place on our schedule.”

“Ocean Wonders” (Early 2024, U.S. Only) explores the ‘superpowers’ of ocean creatures and how they survive and thrive. The series is hosted by Tom Hird aka Blowfish, the world’s sole heavy metal marine biologist, who explores the mysteries and busts the misconceptions of the creatures that live in our oceans. The series is produced by Off the Fence and EarthxTV.

“Wild Wonders with Brooke” (December 2023, All Territories) spotlights 12-year-old conservationist Brooke Carter who has devoted her life to safeguarding animals and encouraging audiences to actively participate in animal conservation. Currently in production in South Africa and other locations around the globe, the third season will air on EarthxTV later this Summer. The series is produced by Conservation Film Company.

“Defenders of the Wild” (October 2023, All Territories) is an adventure with Ivan Carter, who works with experts to implement solutions for a balanced wildlife ecosystem. This season, he ventures to a traditional medicine market, seeing firsthand the animals used in the trade, and explores the complexities of the traditional African tribal medicine industry. He also travels to Australia to study the Tasmanian devil and to the U.S. to work with hound teams trained to track and capture black bears. The series is produced by Conservation Film Company.


Jon Creamer

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